[shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="25678834"] Edited by David Elliott 216 Pages, 6 x 9 Library of Congress Control Number: 2018943776 ISBN: 978-1-63045-500-2 (Hardback Edition) 978-1-64042-501-9 (Paperback Edition) Publication Date: 11/29/2018 Press...
Members of the Keystone College community gathered to honor 2018-2019 scholarship donors and recipients at its 22nd annual Scholarship Luncheon on campus. The event provided students an opportunity to meet the donors who make it possible for them to pursue their education at Keystone College.
Keystone College hosted its 14th annual Veterans Day luncheon on Nov. 9 at the Theatre in Brooks. Guest speaker for the event was U.S. Air Force veteran and 1973 Keystone graduate Don Jones. Mr. Jones is commander of Clarks Summit VFW Post 7069 and serves as the military liaison for Keystone College’s Elmer R. Hawk ’48 Veterans Center.
Keystone College will partner with the Belize Fund to host a Native American Pow-Wow on Sunday, November 18 from 2-4 p.m. in the Theatre in Brooks.
Keystone College is taking it's mobile glass studio on the road. It is making stops at schools in our area, including Scranton high school. Fox56 TV
Keystone College was well represented at the 56th annual Mayors’ Prayer Breakfast in Scranton on Tuesday, October 23, 2018, at the Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel.
Sixteen Keystone College education majors are serving as students teachers during the fall semester in regional school districts.
Keystone College’s theater group, the Keystone Players, will perform an immersive theatrical adaptation of short stories and poems by Edgar Allan Poe titled, “The Poe Asylum,” at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 31, and Nov. 1-4 in the Theatre in Brooks. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. each evening.
The first thing one notices is the heat. It’s like a wall that hits you when walking into the Wilbur Myers Glass Studio on the 150-year-old campus of Keystone College. Inside the garage-sized building, three furnaces recently glowed side-by-side as an artist worked...
About 200 people showed up at Miller Library’s Linder Gallery on Saturday to honor the three men primarily responsible for establishing Keystone College’s art program. Karl Neuroth, Cliff Prokop and Bill Tersteeg were all on hand, with various examples of their work...