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Only after a point-by-point discussion of those rules did Jeffrey Hileman acknowledge in one-word answers this week that "No," there is no language barring someone from carrying a gun in open campus spaces, and "Yes," that represents a change from
But when she heard about Chatham University's Gateway program for women age 23 or older -- a program that can include academic credit for knowledge gained through such experiences as employment, volunteer work or travel -- Ms...She is among the
OK, so it's Edinboro University, the two-time Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference champions, taking on West Chester in the third game of the Atlantic Region at Edinboro's McComb Fieldhouse...Shaw, N.C., (23-6) plays West Virginia Wesleyan (24-6)
Like most basketball coaches, Tony Grenek set goals for his Point Park University women's team this season. Actually, he set 10 goals, hoping they might reach four or five...Division II national tournament next week at the Tyson Events Center in
Ed Helbig hears the question often this time of year: Why does the Tri-State Track & Field Coaches Association have its indoor championships at a site two hours from Pittsburgh?...Saturday at Edinboro University's Mike Zafirovski Sports and
Hester, a West Mifflin High School graduate, leads West Liberty in rebounding. West Liberty University men's basketball coach Jim Crutchfield knew C.J. Hester was a talented perimeter shooter when he was recruiting him out of West Mifflin High School.
Carnegie Mellon University track and cross country coach Dario Donatelli is the first to point out that junior distance runner Emily Wobb is a unique individual. A Pine-Richland High School graduate and a junior at Carnegie Mellon, Wobb has run in
Wollman The board of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education today chose Julie E. Wollman, currently the vice president of academic affairs at Wheelock College in Boston, to take over the school starting June 1. She will succeed interim
Added 2 hours ago Text size L ocal coaches have been busy checking Rand McNally maps as much as poring over game film. Maritime, West Virginia Wesleyan and Edinboro University have popped up on early schedules, causing coaches to scratch their heads
Michael DePalma would prefer to forget his two trips to Fargo, N.D., for the USA Wrestling National Championships. That's why he's going back for a third try. "I haven't won a match at Fargo," said DePalma, a recent graduate of Jeannette High School.