A La Salle University American Studies senior has won an award for a paper on a musical trend. In short, you can’t keep country music down on the farm.
Lots of college students spend Spring Break partying, some other working, but a group from LaSalle will be learning about immigration by going to a Texas border town.
Charles Plosser, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, admitted that December’s jobs number was a disappointment, but he says the long-term trend is positive
La Salle University Criminal Justice Program Offers Students Hands-On Experience By Holding Class In A Prison
A La Salle University criminal justice program is more than just books and lectures, because the classroom is actually in a prison, and half the class are inmates.
By John Ostapkovich PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A couple of new surveys, says many employers find today’s college students lacking professionalism. There are some who are trying to debunk those survey one student at a time. Business student Marcelina […]
The NCAA men’s basketball tournament looms large, but perhaps nowhere larger than at the Shops at Liberty Place.
The Senate’s oldest member says he won’t run for re-election next year. Frank Lautenberg faced a threat from a popular figure in his own party.
La Salle University tonight celebrates the largest graduating class in a program for native Spanish-speakers, where the point is teaching English, and more.
La Salle University is marking its 150th anniversary year by reaching out in a big day of service tomorrow.
A new reality show called “Breaking Amish” tells the story of several Amish and Mennonite young adults who have decided to break away from their strict religious lifestyle to try life in New York City.
A local university’s program weaves accounting, criminal justice and computer science together.
This is the first day of the fall semester at LaSalle and some students may interact with a man who taught their parents, or even their grand-parents.
One difficult topic on the agenda is sex education for those on the Autism spectrum.
The 16th annual Walk-Run Against Hunger stepped off from the Art Museum Saturday morning.
The exhibit was a gift given to the university from The Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy Program.