The Thiel Players at Thiel College will present “Avenue Q,” the winner of the 2004 “Tony Triple Crown” for Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book, on April 21-23 at the William A. Robinson Theater. The play features mature themes and language and is Rated R.
The women’s advocacy group Women Inspiring the Next Generation will bring regional high school juniors and seniors to campus Thursday, March 30 for its annual leadership conference.
Thiel College fraternity Kappa Sigma begins its longstanding military friendly philanthropy Monday with a direct connection to the armed services as one the organization’s members is on active duty in Afghanistan.
The Thiel College Career Development Center hosted a job fair March 21 in the Lutheran Heritage Room of the Howard Miller Student Center.
The newest student organization at Thiel College, the Outdoor Recreation Club, will focus on exploring the region’s natural resources, forging students’ connection to the larger community and teaching students outdoor safety. Interest in the club was one factor that led to its creation—with more than 40 students signed up at the club’s launch.
Thiel College Professor of Music Michael Bray, D.M.A., will conduct the Thiel Choir and the Thiel College Chamber Singers at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 19, in his last home concert before his retirement in May.
Thiel College students will be able to run both sides of the “house” in the restaurant business thanks to a new agreement between the four-year Pennsylvania college and the American Academy of Culinary Arts at Pittsburgh Technical College.
Thiel College announces Alex Horvatits ’17, of Lancaster, N.Y., and Hanna Tegel ’17, of Westlake, Ohio, as its March Students of the Month.
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