Classes begin in July for Thiel College’s Master of Arts in Communication and Leadership—western Pennsylvania’s only graduate degree that combines leadership and communication.
Danielle (Kaizer) Bonura ’09 was crowned Mrs. Pennsylvania International last weekend at a pageant at The Casino at Lakemont Park in Altoona, Pa.
As part of the continuing focus on diversity and inclusion at Thiel College, the President’s Council for Diversity and Inclusion has been launched.
The eighth annual Match Day, Thiel College’s one-day fundraising event, smashed records for donations, event participants and money raised on Feb. 25 as well as surpassing the million-dollar mark for funds raised across the history of the event.
The Thiel College tradition of a one-day online giving event and day of excitement that has included polar plunges, a professional wrestler body-slamming the school mascot, Tommy Tomcat, and Thiel College officers getting a pie in the face or being rolled the length of the football field is February 25.
The Southwestern Pennsylvania Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America has donated a historic pipe organ that was originally housed in the Lutheran Center in Pittsburgh to Thiel College.
Three members of the Thiel College community will be recognized with the institution’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. awards ceremony at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18.
Thiel College first-year student John Robbins ’24, of Toksook Bay, Alaska, had his video testimonial chosen by Sigma Phi Epsilon’s National Fraternity for a social media message to its nearly 15,000 Twitter followers recently.
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