Thiel College announces that as part of the celebration and recognition of Martin Luther King Jr., it will host its second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Banquet that will honor members of the Thiel College community who embody the ideals of the civil rights leader.
Thiel College’s Weyers-Sampson Gallery will present the works of Fred Staloff on loan from the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio.
Thiel College continues its recent run of recognition from the leading financial news magazine Forbes, marking the second straight year it was among the 200 colleges and universities with the most generous alumni.
Stories about student and alumni achievement were among some of the most popular items in the Thiel College Newsroom in 2019. But one story stood out far above all the others in 2019. The following are the Top 10 stories based on the number of views in the Thiel College Newsroom, media attention and social media impact.
Thiel College announces that it will be the overnight host in late spring 2020 for about 500 cyclists and volunteers as part of the Bike MS: Escape to the Lake 2020 fundraising ride that generates about $500,000 annually to fight multiple sclerosis.
The Thiel College Department of Music and Theatre presents its 67th Annual Thiel Christmas Festival Concert at 4 p.m. Dec. 8 in the William A. Passavant Memorial Center.
Pittsburgh-area alumni and friends will get a special preview of Thiel College’s 67th Christmas Festival with a special performance at First English Lutheran Church as part of 6 p.m. Vespers during the city’s “Light -Up Night” on November 22.
Thiel College senior Angela Campbell ’20, a sociology, criminal justice and psychology major with minors in political science and legal studies, was one of 299 scholarship recipients from Zeta Tau Alpha women’s fraternity for the 2019–2020 academic year.
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