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“I work behind the scenes, which is super fun. I’ve produced over 40 shows in two years, including Lou Jasikoff’s Sanity Check. I’m a self-proclaimed nerd from New York. When I’m not busy working in the WKCV studio, I spend time playing instruments, watching YouTube videos, or doing homework.”
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“I have been involved with the radio station since my freshman year. I enjoy a wide variety of music and I am a vinyl record enthusiast. Too much of my money has disappeared thanks to buying records. My listeners can expect to hear a variety of music; perhaps, even some scratchy vinyl will be going out over the airwaves.”
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Karen K. Yarrish, Ph.D., provost and vice president for academic affairs, announced the full-time undergraduate, degree-seeking students who have been named to the Keystone College president’s, dean’s, and honors list for the fall 2020 semester.
Keystone student Angela Ceccarelli is pursuing her art teaching certificate and hopes to fulfill a lifelong dream of becoming a professional educator.
The Keystone College Criminal Justice Department will offer a new course beginning in January designed to promote an ongoing dialogue between students and members of the law enforcement community.