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More Aid For Student Parents

Among federal policy makers, it is almost banal to acknowledge that traditional first-time, full-time college students no longer make up the bulk of today's...
Rep. Aaron Bernstine

Bernstine Defends 2nd Amendment

Gun control brought out strong views at a town hall meeting with state Rep. Aaron Bernstine, R-10th, Wednesday night. “I'm never going to be flexible...

Bernstine Attacks Student Editor On Twitter

In an all too familiar scenario, PA state representative Aaron Bernstine publicly attacked student journalist Cody Nespor via Twitter. While praising two other college journalists, Bernstine...
Bob Lark

Bob Lark, Elected President Of West Middlesex Council In January, Hopes...

Do not be fooled by his name. When Bob Lark, a Slippery Rock College graduate, became president of West Middlesex Borough Council this year,...
Rep. Aaron Bernstine

State Rep. Aaron Bernstine To Visit Slippery Rock

Continuing his efforts to stay in touch with the people who hired him to be their voice in Harrisburg, state Rep. Aaron Bernstine (R-Beaver/Butler/Lawrence)...
Sue Mulvey

Mulvey, An SRU Alumnus, Announces Candidacy For Democratic Nomination For 50th...

Sue Mulvey of Sharon has announced her candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Pennsylvania's 50th District Senate seat. The 50th District includes all of Crawford...
John Kiriakou

New Castle Native Who Served Prison Time After Blowing Whistle On...

Abu Zubaydah’s capture in 2002 marked the CIA’s first major al-Qaida capture after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, said John Kiriakou, a 15-year...

Democracy Discussions To Be Held Locally & Regionally

Meeting sustainability goals and participating in the democratic process go hand in hand. For those interested in exploring these connections and learning more, a...
Sen. Scott Wagner (R)

Sen. Scott Wagner Predicts Financial Death Of All 14 State Colleges...

During a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing on Wednesday in Harrisburg, Sen. Scott Wagner said that Pennsylvania's 14 state colleges will not be around in four years. Wagner,...