Delaware Valley College
This year, for its 65th-anniversary entry at the Flower Show, Del Val College is incorporating artwork from more than a thousand schoolchildren into its exhibit.
So you bought some seeds from one of those glossy seed catalogs. But the ground is still frozen. Now what?
Delaware Valley College goes for their fourth straight win, Saturday vs. King’s College.
County coroner Dr. Joseph Campbell says there was no sign of trauma or injury, but the initial autopsy failed to pinpoint a cause of death.
A body was discovered Monday afternoon inside a Bucks County college dormitory, according to authorities.
Wilson College, a liberal arts school that had made the US News list of best academic values, is operating in the red. A new president has been hired as a change agent to bring in enough students to break even.
A new survey finds that Pennsylvania colleges are doing a lot better at making sure students face no surprises this November at the polls, but some are not providing compliant student IDs.
After going 11-1 and advancing to the second round of the NCAA playoffs last year, Delaware Valley College preseason pick to win the MAC.
The Delaware Valley College Aggies announced their presence in the Division III NCAA playoffs last week with authority, hammering Norwich in the opening round 62-10. Now, they are preparing for a second round match-up with St. John Fisher (NY) on Saturday in Doylestown.
Another season, another playoff appearance for the Delaware Valley College Aggies.
This year’s game will have a whole new level of intensity, as it will be one of the premier Division III games in the country this Saturday.
Aggies head coach Jim Clements says his team cherished its week off.
There are some great matchups this week for the local Division II and Division III squads, including critical conference games for Widener, Ursinus, and Rowan.
Last week the Aggies overcame four turnovers to beat Wilkes University, 14-6. Del Val head coach Jim Clements says they need to be sharper this week.
“Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are the staple of a tradition in America that just won’t quit,” says Tom Kennedy, an agribusiness expert at Delaware Valley College.