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‘I’d be nuts not to be anxious’: Pa. college administrators prepare for unpredictable fall semester

Coronavirus testing, online instruction, and the ability to turn on a dime are central to reopening plans
By Benjamin Pontz

Smart Talk Thursday; Pennsylvania was ‘ground-zero’ in the fight for disability rights

July marks the 30th anniversary of the American's with Disabilities Act
By Merideth Bucher

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State universities’ leader calls on lawmakers to ‘set this State System and more importantly, Pennsylvania up for success’

Chancellor Dan Greenstein says the system needs a 2% – or $9.5 million – increase in its yearly state appropriation.
By Jan Murphy/PennLive


Forecasting the weather; what’s in store this winter

The first real blast of cold air this season might come as a shock when you walk out the door today. Temperatures in central Pennsylvania took a tumble over the past 24 hours as a cold front brought rain and wind to the Midstate area.  

By Merideth Bucher

What will your obituary say about you?

When a family member or friend passes away, capturing their memories can be a challenging process. Obituaries are an essential part of someone’s life and an important way to continue someone’s legacy. However, are we prepared to write an obituary?

By Scott LaMar and Justin Kocis

Millersville University president discusses goals

Also, Pennsylvania libraries are still underfunded after cuts made 10 years ago

By Merideth Bucher and Smart Talk

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