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Keystone celebrates opening new trail

Scranton Times-Tribune

Keystone College reached back into the past to make connections for the future with the grand opening Thursday, August 10, of a 1.5-mile segment of the Trolley Trail.

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College cost within reach, worth expense

The Sunday Times
The true picture concerning college affordability is much brighter than often painted. Yes, paying for a college education is not an easy task, but neither are other major investments such as purchasing a home or a car.

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Keystone inaugurates 10th president

The Abington Journal
David L. Coppola, Ph.D., was officially inaugurated as the 10th president and the 19th leader of Keystone College on Thursday, August 28 on the College Green, La Plume.

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Angelou made an impact at Keystone

The Times-Leader
Keystone College President David L. Coppola, Ph.D., reflects on the passing of poet, educator, and civil rights leader Maya Angelou and her visit to Keystone Junior College in 1982.

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Coppola speaks of legacy building

Wyoming County Press Examiner
David Coppola has only been Keystone Colleg President for nine months, but told a Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce audience it was never too late – or early – to think about the legacy “we are building and leave behind.”

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Meet the College Presidents: Dr. David Coppola

WVIA-TV
Keystone College President Dr. David Coppola was featured as a guest on WVIA’s “Meet the College Presidents” segment. In an hour-long interview, Dr. Coppola discussed Keystone’s many great attributes and shared his vision for the College’s future.

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New Keystone President Announced

WNEP-TV
Keystone College has a new president: Dr. David Coppola will be the tenth president of the school on the Lackawanna/Wyoming county line.

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Keystone College announces new president

The Scranton Times-Tribune
David Coppola, Ph.D., could have been a Keystone College student. The first in his family to graduate college, he will become Keystone’s 10th president on June 1.

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