STATE COLLEGE

Latest articles

18m
The Bismarck Tribune
Mystics off to strong start for Sun. nightThere have been two constants so far for the Bismarck State College volleyball
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 18 minutes ago
There have been two constants so far for the Bismarck State College volleyball team. Winning and driving. This week, the 14-4 Mystics get some home-cooking and they are thankful for it. "We've had a lot of windshield time," said BSC head coach... Read more
1h
Daytona Beach News-Journal
DeLand woman police say was set on fire dies of injuries; suspect soughtwas born in DeLand but attended Pierson Elementary School and Taylor Middle-Hig
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted an hour ago
was born in DeLand but attended Pierson Elementary School and Taylor Middle-High School in Pierson. She studied at Daytona State College to become a certified nursing assistant and worked at the Alliance Community in DeLand, her obituary... Read more
1h
The Topeka Capital-Journal
Kansas colleges, universities struggle with DACA repealchildren. Ben Schears, president of Northwest Kansas Technical College, discus
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted an hour ago
children. Ben Schears, president of Northwest Kansas Technical College, discussed his decision last week at a gathering of state college and university presidents before the regular meeting of the Kansas Board of Regents. He said the college has... Read more
2h
Daytona Beach News-Journal
DeLand woman police say was set on fire dies of injuries; no one arrested yetwas born in DeLand but attended Pierson Elementary School and Taylor Middle-Hig
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 2 hours ago
was born in DeLand but attended Pierson Elementary School and Taylor Middle-High School in Pierson. She studied at Daytona State College to become a certified nursing assistant and worked at the Alliance Community in DeLand, her obituary... Read more
2h
Staten Island Advance
WWI heroes awarded Medal of Honor after 100 yearsfrom his wounds and was later honorably discharged in August of 1919. He would
Staten Island Advance / Posted 2 hours ago
from his wounds and was later honorably discharged in August of 1919. He would go on to get a degree from the New York State College of Forestry at Syracuse University and start a greenhouse in the Bronx. Shemin died in 1973. SARGENT HENRY... Read more
5h
FSView
A proper obituary for The Backyardwas sold with the intention of building a new parking garage. Unfortunately for
FSView / Posted 5 hours ago
was sold with the intention of building a new parking garage. Unfortunately for previous tenants, this means the Florida State College of Music is losing a long-standing cultural hub. Beta Theta Pi, Kappa Kappa Psi and the world-renowned... Read more
6h
San Francisco Chronicle
Hurricane Maria could threaten North Carolina later this weekcurrent Atlantic season could cost $300 billion, said Joel Myers, founder, pres
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 6 hours ago
current Atlantic season could cost $300 billion, said Joel Myers, founder, president and chairman of AccuWeather Inc. in State College, Pennsylvania. Maria's economic cost to Puerto Rico could increase if the islands sees an exodus of residents... Read more
8h
ABC News
Profiles of the Little Rock Nine who integrated Central HighHe graduated from Central in 1960 and subsequently earned a bachelor's degree i
ABC News / Posted 8 hours ago
He graduated from Central in 1960 and subsequently earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from Los Angeles State College. He was an accounting supervisor at Mobil Oil and joined the Department of Defense when Mobil moved its credit... Read more
2 related articles
8h
MyMotherLode.com
Profiles of the Little Rock Nine who integrated Central HighHe graduated from Central in 1960 and subsequently earned a bachelor's degree i
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 8 hours ago
He graduated from Central in 1960 and subsequently earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from Los Angeles State College. He was an accounting supervisor at Mobil Oil and joined the Department of Defense when Mobil moved its credit... Read more
2 related articles
8h
San Antonio Express-News
Kansas colleges, universities struggle with DACA repealchildren. Ben Schears, president of Northwest Kansas Technical College, discus
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 8 hours ago
children. Ben Schears, president of Northwest Kansas Technical College, discussed his decision last week at a gathering of state college and university presidents before the regular meeting of the Kansas Board of Regents. He said the college has... Read more
10h
New Haven Independent
Fellow Democrat Takes On Rosasessions in his home for the candidacy of Democrat Bernie Sanders, drawn to his
New Haven Independent / Posted 10 hours ago
sessions in his home for the candidacy of Democrat Bernie Sanders, drawn to his single-payer health care and universal free state-college tuition stands. In this upcoming campaign, Anderson said, he plans to make support for the House version of... Read more
13h
The Scranton Times-Tribune
News Quizfamily. B. Knoebels for a weekend family reunion. C. the Dominican Republic f
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 13 hours ago
family. B. Knoebels for a weekend family reunion. C. the Dominican Republic for a service trip with their church. D. State College for Arts Fest. 3. A federal jury awarded $250,000 to an East Stroudsburg man who alleged police used excessive... Read more
14h
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Carlotta Walls LaNierattended for two years. She then followed an uncle and her parents to Colorado,
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 14 hours ago
attended for two years. She then followed an uncle and her parents to Colorado, where in 1968 she graduated from Colorado State College (now Colorado State University). The same year she married Ira C. “Ike” LaNier. The couple have two grown... Read more
68 related articles
15h
The Scranton Times-Tribune
News - The Times-Tribunefamily. B. Knoebels for a weekend family reunion. C. the Dominican Republic f
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 15 hours ago
family. B. Knoebels for a weekend family reunion. C. the Dominican Republic for a service trip with their church. D. State College for Arts Fest. 3. A federal jury awarded $250,000 to an East Stroudsburg man who alleged police used excessive... Read more
15h
The Scranton Times-Tribune
Local History: After manhunt ends in Kansas, Scranton murder case heads to trialaccording to a March 10, 1975, Scranton Times story. After being released, Haa
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 15 hours ago
according to a March 10, 1975, Scranton Times story. After being released, Haan settled in Media and Raikes moved to State College. ERIN L. NISSLEY is an assistant metro editor at The Times-Tribune. She has lived in the area for 11... Read more
18h
The Bismarck Tribune
On Campus - Sept. 24, 2017octane gas requirements. His award was in the Physical Energy Category. Spilma
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 18 hours ago
octane gas requirements. His award was in the Physical Energy Category. Spilman is enrolled in engineering at Bismarck State College and plans to pursue a chemical engineering degree at South Dakota School of Mines, Rapid City.Westbee... Read more
18h
The Daily Sentinel
Street fightsome on North Avenue. The idea to change the street’s name originated with res
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 18 hours ago
some on North Avenue. The idea to change the street’s name originated with resident Levi Lucero, emboldened after Mesa State College became Colorado Mesa University in 2011. A prominent longtime businessman, volunteer and city backer, the... Read more
21h
The Bismarck Tribune
Bismarck man sees success from new cancer treatmentThings were going as good as they could have been. He enrolled at Dickinson St
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 21 hours ago
Things were going as good as they could have been. He enrolled at Dickinson State University then transferred to Bismarck State College to study petroleum engineering technology. In 2013, the pain was back, this time in his sternum. He had had... Read more
21h
San Antonio Express-News
WCSU ROUNDUP: Women’s soccer team improves to 8as the Western Connecticut State University women’s soccer team remained undefe
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 21 hours ago
as the Western Connecticut State University women’s soccer team remained undefeated following its 2-0 victory over Keene State College on Saturday afternoon at the Westside Athletic Complex. The Colonials improve to 8-0 overall and 2-0 in the... Read more
23h
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Lakeland Magic hold open tryoutsMore than 120 men came to Polk State College to tryout for the Lakeland Magic.
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 23 hours ago
More than 120 men came to Polk State College to tryout for the Lakeland Magic. Tryouts for Lakeland Magic held Saturday More than 120 men participated Lakeland Magic is affiliated with Orlando Magic Some came from as far as Europe and the... Read more
23h
Long Beach Press-Telegram
Commentary: The Long Beach State name crisis needs to endLong Beach State University. Cal State University Long Beach. LBSU. CSULB. Los
Long Beach Press-Telegram / Posted 23 hours ago
Long Beach State University. Cal State University Long Beach. LBSU. CSULB. Los Angeles-Orange County State College. Long Beach State College. The 49ers. The Dirtbags. Black & Gold. The Beach. Those are some of the many ways the third-largest Cal... Read more
1d
Great Bend Tribune
Kathleen Kuchar watercolor monotype workshop Oct. 7fascinated by art and was supported in chasing her passion by both of her paren
Great Bend Tribune / Posted yesterday
fascinated by art and was supported in chasing her passion by both of her parents and her teacher. Kuchar attended Kearney State College in Nebraska (now the University of Nebraska at Kearney) and received her bachelor degree in art. After... Read more
1d
Stamford Advocate
Wayne State College teaching students to make beer, wineWAYNE, Neb. (AP) — A new academic program at Wayne State College sounds like a
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
WAYNE, Neb. (AP) — A new academic program at Wayne State College sounds like a dream major for certain students who fit the partying, fun-loving stereotype. Learn about brewing beer and making wine, plus get college credit for it. But the college's... Read more
3 related articles
1d
Connecticut Post
Wayne State College teaching students to make beer, wineWAYNE, Neb. (AP) — A new academic program at Wayne State College sounds like a
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
WAYNE, Neb. (AP) — A new academic program at Wayne State College sounds like a dream major for certain students who fit the partying, fun-loving stereotype. Learn about brewing beer and making wine, plus get college credit for it. But the college's... Read more
3 related articles
1d
San Francisco Chronicle
Wayne State College teaching students to make beer, wineWAYNE, Neb. (AP) — A new academic program at Wayne State College sounds like a
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
WAYNE, Neb. (AP) — A new academic program at Wayne State College sounds like a dream major for certain students who fit the partying, fun-loving stereotype. Learn about brewing beer and making wine, plus get college credit for it. But the college's... Read more
3 related articles
1d
The Middletown Press
Wayne State College teaching students to make beer, wineWAYNE, Neb. (AP) — A new academic program at Wayne State College sounds like a
The Middletown Press / Posted yesterday
WAYNE, Neb. (AP) — A new academic program at Wayne State College sounds like a dream major for certain students who fit the partying, fun-loving stereotype. Learn about brewing beer and making wine, plus get college credit for it. But the college's... Read more
3 related articles
1d
Orlando Sentinel
Renters find few options after Hurricane IrmaThe Melting Pot in Longwood. Moll works as a nanny and Uber driver, trying to c
Orlando Sentinel / Posted yesterday
The Melting Pot in Longwood. Moll works as a nanny and Uber driver, trying to complete her associate’s degree at Seminole State College. They went from enjoying their own place to sharing a three-bedroom house with Rose’s family, including his... Read more
1d
Rutland Herald
TEACHING VERMONTand health sciences. In its twenty-third year, the Environmental and Health Sci
Rutland Herald / Posted yesterday
and health sciences. In its twenty-third year, the Environmental and Health Sciences Lecture Series at Johnson State College kicked off on the afternoon of September 6 with a talk on birds by JSC ornithologist Dr. Lisa Zinn. Held in... Read more
1d
WFMJ Youngstown
90-old man killed in motorcycle crashSTATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) - A 90-year-old man has died in a motorcycle crash. Po
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted yesterday
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) - A 90-year-old man has died in a motorcycle crash. Police say Harold Earl Zimmerman was riding a Harley-Davidson near State College on Friday morning when he rear-ended a Ford Focus making a left turn at an... Read more
1d
Daytona Beach News-Journal
Sports on TV, what's happening locally for Saturday, Sept. 23at ITA Regional in Valdosta, Ga., all day COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL Daytona St. at S
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted yesterday
at ITA Regional in Valdosta, Ga., all day COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL Daytona St. at St. Johns River St., noon Daytona St. vs. State College of Fla./Manatee-Sarasota in Palatka, 2 p.m. Florida Gulf Coast at Stetson, 3 p.m. Barry at ERAU, 4... Read more
10 related articles
1d
The Sentinel
HS Football Highlights: Cumberland Valley cruises, West Perry wins shootout and Carlisle, Mechanicsburg fall bigscored his fourth kickoff return TD of the season and scored on a 66-yard pass,
The Sentinel / Posted yesterday
scored his fourth kickoff return TD of the season and scored on a 66-yard pass, but Mechanicsburg fell 62-25 to visiting State College. The Wildcats were blanked and lost by more than 50 points in last year's meeting. David Butler led... Read more
1d
MyMotherLode.com
Profiles of the Little Rock Nine who integrated Central HighHe graduated from Central in 1960 and subsequently earned a bachelor's degree i
MyMotherLode.com / Posted yesterday
He graduated from Central in 1960 and subsequently earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from Los Angeles State College. He was an accounting supervisor at Mobil Oil and joined the Department of Defense when Mobil moved its credit... Read more
2 related articles
2d
Boston Globe
Smaller Keene, N.H., pumpkin festival makes comeback after violencevote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vo
Boston Globe / Posted 2 days ago
vote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vote came after administrators at Keene State College said they had seen social media posts suggesting big parties or dangerous behavior could return. The Pumpkin... Read more
10 related articles
2d
MyMotherLode.com
Smaller pumpkin festival makes comeback after 2014 violencevote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vo
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 2 days ago
vote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vote came after administrators at Keene State College said they had seen social media posts suggesting big parties or dangerous behavior could return. The Pumpkin... Read more
10 related articles
2d
Arizona Daily Sun
Smaller pumpkin festival makes comeback after 2014 violenceSept. 21, 2017, to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The
Arizona Daily Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Sept. 21, 2017, to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vote came after administrators at Keene State College said they had seen social media posts suggesting big parties or dangerous behavior could return. The Pumpkin... Read more
10 related articles
2d
TribLIVE
Goals in exhibition season can mean a lot ... or a littleredirect the puck past Sabres goaltender Chad Johnson in the first period Tuesd
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
redirect the puck past Sabres goaltender Chad Johnson in the first period Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, at Pegula Ice Arena in State College. After center Greg McKegg scored his first goal in a Penguins uniform during Wednesday night's game against... Read more
9 related articles
2d
The Fairfield Citizen
Smaller pumpkin festival makes comeback after 2014 violencevote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vo
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 2 days ago
vote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vote came after administrators at Keene State College said they had seen social media posts suggesting big parties or dangerous behavior could return. The Pumpkin... Read more
10 related articles
2d
Stamford Advocate
Smaller pumpkin festival makes comeback after 2014 violencevote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vo
Stamford Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
vote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vote came after administrators at Keene State College said they had seen social media posts suggesting big parties or dangerous behavior could return. The Pumpkin... Read more
10 related articles
2d
The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Smaller pumpkin festival makes comeback after 2014 violencevote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vo
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 2 days ago
vote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vote came after administrators at Keene State College said they had seen social media posts suggesting big parties or dangerous behavior could return. The Pumpkin... Read more
10 related articles
2d
The New Canaan News
Smaller pumpkin festival makes comeback after 2014 violencevote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vo
The New Canaan News / Posted 2 days ago
vote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vote came after administrators at Keene State College said they had seen social media posts suggesting big parties or dangerous behavior could return. The Pumpkin... Read more
10 related articles
2d
Connecticut Post
Smaller pumpkin festival makes comeback after 2014 violencevote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vo
Connecticut Post / Posted 2 days ago
vote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vote came after administrators at Keene State College said they had seen social media posts suggesting big parties or dangerous behavior could return. The Pumpkin... Read more
10 related articles
2d
The Register Citizen
Smaller pumpkin festival makes comeback after 2014 violencevote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vo
The Register Citizen / Posted 2 days ago
vote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vote came after administrators at Keene State College said they had seen social media posts suggesting big parties or dangerous behavior could return. The Pumpkin... Read more
10 related articles
2d
San Francisco Chronicle
Smaller pumpkin festival makes comeback after 2014 violencevote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vo
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
vote Thursday to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vote came after administrators at Keene State College said they had seen social media posts suggesting big parties or dangerous behavior could return. The Pumpkin... Read more
10 related articles
2d
Sidney Sun Telegraph
William D. RogersUniversity in Lincoln, Nebraska. For three years, he served in the U.S. Army in
Sidney Sun Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
University in Lincoln, Nebraska. For three years, he served in the U.S. Army in Korea and returned to graduate from Kearney State College with a BA and an MA, both in Education. Bill married the love of his life, Beryl Botts, in 1955. Bill taught... Read more
2d
Crestview News Bulletin
North Okaloosa Community Briefsdonations requested for Eglin monument CRESTVIEW — The Military Order of the P
Crestview News Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
donations requested for Eglin monument CRESTVIEW — The Military Order of the Purple Heart and Northwest Florida State College are collecting information for a proposed nurses monument to be constructed at the US Air Force Armament Museum... Read more
2d
The Topeka Capital-Journal
Washburn to recognize the team that helped save Ichabod football in 1968helped save Washburn football will reunite this weekend. Commemorating a seaso
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
helped save Washburn football will reunite this weekend. Commemorating a season-opening upset victory in 1968 over Kearney State College, now the University of Nebraska at Kearney, the 1967 and 1968 teams will be honored during halftime of... Read more
2d
Bangor Daily News
Keene Pumpkin Festival makes comeback after 2014 rioton Thursday night to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. T
Bangor Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
on Thursday night to bring back a smaller festival more focused on children. The vote came after administrators at Keene State College and others said they had seen social media posts suggesting big parties, or dangerous behavior, could... Read more
10 related articles
2d
MLive.com
Grand Rapids man and twin might be oldest brother-sister twins in USkids can do." Their extended time together ended when Spieker left for college
MLive.com / Posted 2 days ago
kids can do." Their extended time together ended when Spieker left for college. He attended what was then called Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, now Iowa State University. During college, Spieker would only come home for... Read more
2d
Detroit Free Press
Michigan State-Notre Dame rivalry hits longest break in about 70 yearssupporter of MSU’s admission was Notre Dame president Father John Cavanaugh, an
Detroit Free Press / Posted 2 days ago
supporter of MSU’s admission was Notre Dame president Father John Cavanaugh, an Owosso native who befriended then-Michigan State College president John Hannah. More on Freep.com: MSU and Notre Dame created the Megaphone Trophy in 1949, which has... Read more
44 related articles
2d
express
Johnny Mathis on new album and plans: My dream is to sing a duet with Adelejumper and hurdler as he was for his singing and had aspirations to be a PE tea
express / Posted 2 days ago
jumper and hurdler as he was for his singing and had aspirations to be a PE teacher. His high jump record at San Francisco State College was only two inches below the Olympic record at the time. He was due to compete in trials for the Olympic Games... Read more
More

In this news