Miracle For Santa: Man Donates Kidney To Fraternity Brother 46 Years LaterA man who plays Santa Claus posted on Facebook that he was in desperate need of a kidney transplant. His fraternity brother from 46 years ago reached out and offered to be a donor.
Clarion University President Leaving After Next YearClarion University's president says she's stepping down at the end of the next academic year.
5 Of 14 State-Owned Universities Warned Of Possible CutsAdministrators at five of Pennsylvania's 14 state-owned universities have given faculty notice that layoffs and program cuts could occur in the 2018-19 school year.
University Review Could Lead To Some College ClosingsThe budget deficit is affecting how much Pennsylvania can give to its state-owned universities.
Professors Strike For 3rd Day At 14 State UniversitiesProfessors are again manning the picket line at 14 Pennsylvania state universities.
Strike Enters 2nd Day At 14 Pennsylvania State UniversitiesProfessors at 14 Pennsylvania state universities hit the picket lines Thursday as their strike entered its second day.
Faculty Officially On Strike At State UniversitiesMore than 5,000 faculty and coaches at Pennsylvania's 14 state universities officially went on strike Wednesday morning.
Union Representing Faculty Sets Strike Date, Talks ContinueThe union representing faculty and coaches at 14 state universities in Pennsylvania has set a strike date.
State University Union To Strike Before Oct. 30 Without DealThe union representing faculty and coaches at 14 state universities says its members will strike by the end of October if a new contract settlement is not reached.
Clarion University Play Canceled Over Actors' RaceA group of students at Clarion University were set for the opening night of a stage production. Then, they got the news – “the show must not go on.”
Clarion University Freshman Killed In Armstrong Co. Coal Truck AccidentA Clarion University student was killed when his car collided with a coal truck this morning in Armstrong County.