Presidential announcements, historic fundraising and campus facility upgrades made up the news items at Thiel College that received the most attention this year. Looking back on the year, the following are the top 10 stories based on the number of views in the Thiel College newsroom, media attention and social media impact.
The last day of the year marks the close of the historic Thiel 2016 Campaign. En route to surpassing its goal, the Campaign has now raised more money than any fundraising effort in the College’s 150-year history. Campaign gifts have totaled more than $65 million.
Thiel College announces Austin Hall ’17, of Beaver Falls, Pa., and Jennifer Rickens ’17, of Pittsburgh, as its December Students of the Month.
Students enrolled at Thiel College can earn their undergraduate and law degrees in just six years through a new agreement between Thiel College and Duquesne University School of Law signed recently.
Thiel College’s Phi Theta Phi fraternity will engage in their annual Walk-a-thon for the Free Care Fund at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh beginning Friday, Dec. 2 and ending Sunday, Dec. 4.
Thiel College James Pedas Professor of Communication Dane S. Claussen, Ph.D., published a book review in the Winter 2016 issue of Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, the world’s oldest scholarly journal in journalism and mass communication research.
The Thiel College Department of Performing Arts will present its 64th annual Christmas Festival, “Go Tell it on the Mountain,” at 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4 in the William A. Passavant Memorial Center.
Thiel College will celebrate the seventh annual opening of the Rissell-Schreyer Dome from 4-8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2 with activities for the local community. The event is free and open to the public, but some attractions require the purchase of tickets.
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