Thiel College awarded Kristyn Kinner ’19, of Alba, Pa., and (Eunice) Xin Ning Tan ’19, of Klang, Malaysia, November Student of the Month honors.
Thiel College leaders celebrated the College’s ongoing relationship with iconic children’s advocate and television host Fred Rogers with representatives of the McFeely-Rogers Foundation and about 15 preschoolers on Tuesday when they dedicated the Mister Fred Rogers Room in the James Pedas Communication Center.
The Thiel Tomcat Marching Pride hosted more than a dozen area high school musicians, color guard members and twirlers to rehearse and perform with the band during halftime of the Tomcats’ football game on Saturday as part of its ninth annual Marching Band Visit Day.
Thiel College, a leading liberal arts college in northwest Pennsylvania, announces Kyra Farrell ’18 and TJ Fisher ’19 are the recipients of the Extraordinary Effort Award for the month of October by the Thiel Learning Commons.
Pennsylvania State Senator Michele Brooks hosted students from 21 high schools from Mercer, Crawford, and Erie counties for Government Day at Thiel College on October 11.
Hundreds of students and representatives from higher education, military branches and trade schools will be at Thiel College from 9-11:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 4 as the College hosts the Mercer County Guidance Counselor College Fair in the Rissell-Beeghly Gymnasia.
Greenville, Pa. native Mary Jones ’22 is a first-year defensive back for the Thiel College football team. No definitive records exist, but Jones is believed to be the first female non-kicker in the program’s 100-plus year playing history.
Forbes magazine singled out Thiel College, a leading liberal arts college in northwest Pennsylvania, for the second time in three years for the generosity of its graduates.
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