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    Faculty Presentation: Women, Work and World War II

    Faculty Presentation: Women, Work and World War II

    Learn how the portrayal of women changed in the media before, during and after the war in this presentation by Judith Dutill, assistant professor of communication at Central Penn College. The lecture is part of the quarterly Faculty Research Colloquium Series.

    “World War […]

    Reading Native Jacqueline Marusiak Helps Save Women’s Suffrage Celebration

    Posters created by Ithaca College students for Lisle’s celebration of women’s suffrage.

    One hundred years ago, women in New York State won the right to vote. Along with four other Ithaca College students, Reading’s Jacqueline Marusiak recently saved the centennial celebration of that historic event in the town of Lisle, where the first women […]

    Kutztown University Student Researches True Origins of Thanksgiving

    KUTZTOWN – Emily Sakal, a senior history major from Phoenixville, Pa., conducted research to find the validity of whether or not Thanksgiving truly began with the Pilgrims.

    Sakal’s area of focus was history, more specifically “How Thanksgiving has been celebrated in our history in different regions and at different times”. The research focused on the […]

    REMINDER: Kutztown Church to celebrate life of Professor Henry W. Sharadin

    Sharadin served on the faculty of Keystone State Normal School for more than 30 years

    St. Paul’s United Church of Christ will celebrate dedication Sunday on Oct. 8 at 2 p.m. The church will dedicate improvements made over the past few years and gifts made by members of the congregation. St. Paul’s is located at […]