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Students to perform with Philharmonic at Scranton Cultural Center

Amanda Kornak, Correspondent

April 15, 2014

Wilkes University’s Choral director, Steven Thomas, has been working with his students and other choral directors from local universities to prepare for a performance at the Scranton Cultural Center with a professional orchestra. The...

WCLH offers new car-themed show

Amanda Kornak, Correspondent

April 1, 2014

Wilkes University’s radio station, WCLH, has added a new talk show that focuses on automotive news and issues to its program. Zachary Benedict, a freshman at Wilkes University, is now the host of “Auto Talk” on WCLH 90.7...

Commuter Council planning trip to Baltimore Inner Harbor

Jeremy Hartman, Correspondent

March 30, 2014

Students can attend a discounted Baltimore Orioles game, visit the National Aquarium, visit Edgar Allen Poe’s grave or a number of other activities during the Commuter Council’s bus trip to Baltimore April 13. Tickets are...

March 25 health fair offers screenings, services, education

March 18, 2014

Health Services, Human Resources and Bacchaus are sponsoring the annual health and wellness fair from from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, March 25, in the Henry Student Center Ballroom. This year’s screenings, services and presenters...

E-mentor program reviewing applications from students interested in summer-fall ‘14

Amanda Fulk, Correspondent

February 23, 2014

Wilkes University’s E-Mentor program recently was accepting applications for eligible students interested in becoming an E-Mentor for summer/fall 2014. The process by which becoming an E-Mentor is encouraged for all Wilkes...

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