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Three Pa colleges get multi-million dollar grant

NCC, LCCC partner to receive multi-million dollar grant

Northampton Community College and Lehigh Carbon Community College partnered with Luzerne County Community College to get a multi-million dollar federal grant.

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Author Jean Kwok shares her life story with Cedar Crest students

We don’t often pause to think about the courage and sacrifice of ancestors who first came to America to ensure a better life for their children and grandchildren.

More questions but no verdict in Dual Language Charter School hearing

The latest chapter in the Lehigh Valley Dual Language Charter School's long-running battle with the Bethlehem Area School District to expand their operations was written during a public hearing Monday night at the East Hills Middle School.

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Be smart about the admissions process

Technology puts more information than ever at college applicants' fingertips. But experts say the best advice for tackling the application process and getting into a top university is about as old-fashioned as it comes: Do your homework.

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Sex on campus: Only 'yes' means 'yes'

Thousands of freshmen at the University of California-Berkeley swiped their student cards last week at the doors of Zellerbach Hall and filed into the dark auditorium for one of the few mandatory sessions in their three-week welcome program.

Allentown students gather to address the city's issues

Allentown youths came together to address some of the city's issues.

Lehigh University, federal government conclude civil rights complaint

After several months of investigations, it appears as though Lehigh University's civil rights issues have seen some sort of resolution.

Local hospitals dread Oct 1 as flu shots remain on delay

Local hospitals dread Oct. 1 as flu shots remain on delay

Certain patients may have to wait a little longer before getting a flu shot.

Denver history protests stueents

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Censoring US history in Denver schools?

One poster said "Censoring history = No Education."

Another read "We deserve to know the truth."

The signs were just a few lining the streets as hundreds of students from at least seven Denver-area schools walked out of their classrooms Tuesday and Wed...

Flexible instructional days pilot program

New program would make school snow days a thing of the past

A new program from the State Department of Education might get a chilly reaction from students!

Health Beat: Stroke in young adults

An estimated 800,000 Americans suffer from a stroke every day, according to the Center for Disease Control. Studies show anyone is at risk, including teenagers and children. It happened to one mother's young son, but now she's fighting a different fight by helping him regain his independence.

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