The Thiel College Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is collaborating with the College’s Women Inspiring the Next Generation club to host events during the month of March in celebration of Women’s History Month.
Thiel College annually celebrates the legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. by recognizing members of the Thiel community who embody his ideals and values and this year will also recognize a groundbreaking education pioneer at 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 17 in the Lutheran Heritage Room of the Howard Miller Student Center.
Former Professor of Education Mary Reames will join 10 current Thiel College faculty and staff members as honorees for the College’s annual Founders’ Day celebration on Thursday, February 3.
Phi Theta Phi week began Monday in the Town of Greenville as the Thiel College fraternity raises funds in preparation to depart Greenville on Friday for its two-day, 100-mile walk to Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.
The Thiel Players will debut their first performance under new Thiel College Director of Theatre and Professor of Theatre History J.K. Rogers, Ph.D. beginning Nov. 12.
Gary Streiner, the sound engineer and an extra who played a “flesh-eating ghoul” in the Western Pa. cult classic “Night of the Living Dead,” attended a screening of the seminal zombie film at Thiel College’s James Pedas Communication Center on Oct. 26.
Thiel College and the Greenville Record-Argus newspaper sponsored a debate Thursday between William McConnell and D. Neil McEwen, the candidates for Mercer County Common Pleas Court judge.
Thiel College Professor of Painting and Curator of Art Sean McConnor announces the Weyers-Sampson Art Gallery will feature graphite drawings by local artist J.D. Titzel.
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