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For the love of glass

For the love of glass

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...
Founders of Keystone art program honored

Founders of Keystone art program honored

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...
Keystone marking time in a capsule

Keystone marking time in a capsule

In 2068, a time capsule is scheduled to be opened at Keystone College, in memory of the institution’s 150th anniversary. The capsule will hold such memorabilia as a t-shirt and a hat, each containing the college’s 150th anniversary logo, touchscreen gloves, a course...

Keystone College celebrates 150 years of changes

Keystone College began with a conversation at a general store. The north had just won the Civil War, and no secondary schools existed between Scranton and Binghamton, New York. At that general store in the small Wyoming County town of Factoryville, three men discussed...