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New college students

Wilkes University welcomes more than 500 students into the university’s newest class, including: Hadley Gilbert of Mayfield, Patrick Durkin of Carbondale, Morgan Stepien of Dickson City, Kayleigh Becker of Scott Township, Justin Burkhart of Mayfield, Deven Schwartz of Carbondale, Nicholas Rotell-Tierney of Carbondale, Heidi Betz of Olyphant, Mason Kordish of Eynon, Stone Wormuth of Carbondale, Saoirse O’Brien of Peckville, Jessica Cunningham of Jermyn, Matthew Stankiewicz of Olyphant, Jaden Duplessis of Archbald, Paxton Postlethwaite of Carbondale, Christine Krizovich of Throop, Alyssa Gerek of Archbald, Giulia Maiolatesi of Carbondale, Danielle Snyder of Scott Township, Natalie Palevac of Peckville, Justin Owen of Archbald, Ariana Acevedo of Scott Township, Sammie Zou of Throop and Victoria Duffy of Archbald.

Alumni welcome at Mid Valley homecoming

All members of Mid Valley Class of 1970 are invited to attend the Mid Valley Homecoming game on Saturday, Sept. 14, at 1 p.m. Any questions call 570-780-3095 or email or

New college students

Northampton Community College welcomes new and returning students to campus for the fall semester. Among them are: Kathy Akers of Forest City, Emily Apostolico of Carbondale, Diandra Bucksbee of Carbondale, Keira Engle of Dickson City, James Fox of Olyphant, Emily Killiany of Scott Township, Matthew McHale of Carbondale, Ashley Schultz of Dickson City and Christina Williams of Dickson City.

President’s fellowship

Minahil Sami of Jessup was among the 11 University of Scranton undergraduate students awarded President’s Fellowships for summer research this year. The fellowships, administered by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, offer each student the chance to partner with a faculty mentor to complete a research project during the summer. Each project was proposed and designed by the student and their faculty mentor.