Since the day he stepped on campus, Keystone College has been an integral part of Austin Burke’s life.
Lisa Tizzoni ’77, co-owner of Mercantile 22, a modern general store celebrating its fifth anniversary in downtown Tunkhannock, still treasures gems of wisdom offered by legendary professor Anita Appleton ’90H. “Not only did she impart a great, general...
Alex Seeley was many things during his brief life: a loving family member and friend, a skilled photographer, and a brave fighter against a deadly disease. An exhibit at a Scranton art gallery is honoring the life and times of this remarkable and...
Keystone College recently hosted the 31st annual Keystone Open golf tournament at Glen Oak Country Club, Clarks Summit. Coordinated by the Keystone College Alumni Association, proceeds from the tournament support scholarships for Keystone students....
Keystone College will conduct the 31st annual Keystone Open Golf Tournament on Monday, June 28 at Glen Oak Country Club in Clarks Summit.
Keystone College graduate and popular actress/comedian/musician Kate Micucci will serve as commencement speaker during the college’s 151st commencement on Saturday, May 21 at 11 a.m. at The Pavilion at Montage Mountain.
Keystone College honored its alumni and presented several awards during recent Homecoming festivities on campus.
Amanda Kuhn admits when she entered Keystone College as a freshman four years ago, she wasn’t quite sure of the direction she wanted to take.
After graduating from Keystone in 2019, Yaya recently returned to his native country to help young people as a youth counselor with Bethany Christian Services.
Keystone College graduates Reneé Lawter and James Valinski are partners and founders in a Los Angeles-based entertainment design studio.