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Brother Michael McGinniss will step down next year as the president of La Salle University. (photo provided)

La Salle University Changes Long-Time Rule To Find Replacement For Retiring President

Brother Michael McGinniss, the president of La Salle University is retiring next year, and a rule that is been in place for 150 years has been changed to find his replacement.


U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. (credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Local Expert: New Round Of Trouble Beginning With Al Qaeda

A terrorism expert from La Salle University says this is the most drastic preventative action the U.S. government has taken in regards to a terror threat.


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Experts Offer Advice to Those Applying For US-Backed Student Loans

While those affected wait to see if Congress will take action, officials at Delaware Valley colleges and universities are offering some advice to students seeking loans.


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Gettysburg Marks 150 Years Since Epic Battle Between North And South

A century and a half ago today, the battle of Gettysburg got under way about 100 miles west of Philadelphia.


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Study: Business School Grads Are Most Likely To Be Under-Employed

A business bachelor’s degree leaves you most likely to be underemployed. So says the website



Local Fundraiser Helps Pay For Education Of Children Who’ve Lost A Parent

The second annual community fundraiser for ‘Brave Hearts For Strong Minds’ took place Saturday on the campus of La Salle University.


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La Salle University’s President To Step Down In May 2014

The longtime leader of La Salle University in Philadelphia will be leaving the institution next year.


(Leonardo DiCaprio stars as the title character in "The Great Gatsby.")

Another Gatsby Film Opens Friday — Will This One Be Great?

LaSalle 20th Century Literature professor Margot Soven hopes the new film conveys the central drama, of wanting something money can’t buy.


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Autism Conference at La Salle University Examines Pathways To Fulfilled Lives

The two-day conference heard from Dr. Temple Grandin, a noted author on autism who is herself autistic.


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Expert Urges Parents To Limit Children’s Exposure to Bombing News From Boston

The 24-hour news cycle continues to spread the trauma of the Boston bombings worldwide in the blink of an eye, and that can easily be too much for kids.


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La Salle University Student Reportedly Raped On Easter Sunday

The assault reportedly happened on 10th Street, more than a mile off campus.


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La Salle Fans Proud Of Their Team Despite Loss

A slow start and Wichita State’s domination in the paint doomed La Salle, whose amazing run to the sweet 16 captivated a city desperate for some sports success.


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Ramon Galloway’s Father Attends Every Game, Despite Blindness

Of all the thousands of fans who have seen star La Salle guard Ramon Galloway play, his father is not one of them.


Andrew Albert, Mike McCoy, Rachel Finkbeiner, and David Grzybowski (credit: La Salle TV)

Get La Salle TV / Daily Collegian To Los Angeles To Cover The Sweet 16

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A group of La Salle University reporters is asking for your help. When the Men’s basketball team made the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 21 years, four student reporters decided […]


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La Salle Loses To Butler, 69-58 In Atlantic 10 Tournament

La Salle loses to Butler, 69-58 in the Atlantic 10 quarterfinals, and now the Explorers must await their NCAA tournament fate.





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