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The Times Leader
Area college teacher prep programs get mixed reviews
A new, controversial system of rating teacher preparation programs in colleges and universities nationwide praised Misericordia University while panning Marywood University.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Student News, June 19
Post-baccalaureate graduates from The University of Scranton included Matthew H. Lazzari of Denville , master of science in educational administration.
Asbury Park Press
I.A.A.T.O. Scholarship Awards Dinner
On Wednesday June 12 th I attended the Italian American Association Township of Ocean Scholarship Awards Dinner.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
The Times Leader
Abington area graduates honored for academic success at The University of Scranton
Three local University of Scranton graduates were recognized for academic excellence and outstanding service by the University at Commencement.
Center Valley Resident Earns Master's Degree
Stamatia M. Dimou of Center Valley was among a record number of graduate degree recipients who earned degrees from The University of Scranton at its post-baccalaureate commencement on May 25, according to a news release.
Progress lost in city's echo chamber
Under the direction of Scranton City Council President Janet Evans, council chambers long has been a dark place where progress has been thwarted by narrow vision and mere vindictiveness has masqueraded as political dissent.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Menopause cause? It may well be men, scientists say
For decades, anthropologists and biologists have been puzzling over one of nature's great mysteries: Why do women go into menopause? At first blush, menopause doesn't make much evolutionary sense.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Scranton council rejects historic recommendation backing razing of University of Scranton building
A day after a split Scranton Zoning Board rejected a variance for the University of Scranton's proposed $47.5 million, eight-story building, a split city council followed suit and rejected the city historical architecture board's recommendation backing the plan.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Variance rejected for University of Scranton's $47.5m project
The Scranton Zoning Board rejected a variance sought by the University of Scranton for a new, $47.5 million, eight-story rehabilitation center to replace Leahy Hall.
Body Recovered Near Roaring Brook in Scranton
The body of a 48-year-old man was discovered in Scranton late Wednesday afternoon.
Crews Called To Roaring Brook, Man Dead
Emergency crews responded Wednesday afternoon to a section of Roaring Brook, near the University of Scranton, for an apparent deadly fall.
The Jersey Journal
Hudson County residents among those in surge in Scranton graduates
Hudsonites were among the record number of graduates who earned degrees from The University of Scranton at commencement ceremonies held Memorial Day weekend.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Casey: College students face added, uncecessary costs on student loan rates
Failure to strike a Congressional compromise on government-backed student loan interest rates could add unnecessary costs for legions of borrowers at Pennsylvania colleges, U.S. Sen. Bob Casey said Tuesday.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Natalie Russo Graduates from Mount Saint Dominic Academy
Livingston resident Natalie Russo graduated from Mount Saint Dominic Academy during the schools 117th annual commencement on Sunday.
Bridgewater Students Make the Grade
With Bridgewater residents heading all over the country to attend college, many have been recognized as Dean's List honorees.
Talk of the Times: United Neighborhood Centers' 90th Anniversary
A: UNC has been dedicated to assessing and meeting the needs of low-income families, youth and senior citizens in Northeast Pennsylvania, as well as providing people with the tools necessary to ... attain self-sufficiency since 1923.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
In Our Schools: Christina Miller
Christina Miller helps Jack Lynam, 12, with his iPad in her sixth-grade language arts class at Schuylkill Valley Middle School.
The Times Leader
Residents earn undergraduate degrees from The University of Scranton
The University of Scranton conferred 1,735 degrees - the largest number of degrees in its history - at two commencement ceremonies, including more than 900 bachelor's and associate degrees at its undergraduate commencement May 26 at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza in Wilkes-Barre.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
South Brunswick College Graduation Announcements
Local graduates earning undergraduate degrees from The University of Scranton include the following: Bethany A. Young of Kendall Park earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing.