THE NFL IS BACK!!

By Austin Balaschak Thursday September 10th, 2020 at 8:30 p.m., what seemed impossible merely two months ago has now kicked off! I am referring to the NFL season. In the season opener, it was the defending Super Bowl champions the Kansas City Chiefs pitted against the Houston Texans. […]

Growth Mindset

 Casandra Stolz The mind is a powerful tool. But are we as evolved beings, taking care of our awareness? The mindsets adopted into daily routines has an exponential effect. Thoughts can either prevent change or allow new skills to blossom. The majority of the public is not taught […]

Longietti: More than $161,000 in funding for targeted support to area students

HERMITAGE, Aug. 25 – Funding totaling $161,189 will ensure Mercer County schools with identified groups of underperforming students have the resources to help those students succeed, state Rep. Mark Longietti, D-Mercer, announced today. “The pandemic has created new obstacles for all educators and schools everywhere, but those with underperforming […]

Thiel About Corona Virus

Dear Thiel College Community, From its earliest days, Thiel College has been an adaptive community, supporting students to pursue their education while responding to new contexts and challenges. It is in that spirit that the College has decided to reduce activities on campus over the next three weeks […]

Is College Worth It?

By Devin Button Every child growing up in today’s modern America faces a grueling challenge. Embedded in our minds from day one is the belief that without college a person cannot strive to the goals or financial reaches they dream of. Today we ask “is college really worth […]

SPRING BREAK ALREADY?

By Adam Button Already halfway through the spring semester here at Thiel College. With midterms exams and papers over and graded. It is time for us to relax for a week of festivities. Or to sit in bed and wait to come back to the dreading college life. […]