Philadelphia University dedicated the new center for public service Thursday night.
“The Basketball Tournament” features 32 teams playing in a five-on-five single elimination tournament. The winner of the tourney walks away with $500,000 dollars.
Libby Nichols was her conference’s Player of the Year as a senior this season. As successful as she has been on the field, her academic pursuits are even more impressive.
Philadelphia University’s baseball team will be charging admission for the first time ever on Saturday. But it’s for a good cause, to raise funds for a very sick teenager.
The champions of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference, the 25-6 Rams will take on Franklin Pierce in the first round of the Division II tourney on Saturday night in New Haven, Connecticut.
Despite a 16-5 record, and a perfect 14-0 mark in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference, the Division II Lady Rams have not had anyone selected as the conference’s player of the week this season. That’s not so much a slight as it is the fact that it’s really, really hard to pick just one player that makes this team go.
As we approach the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy, there’s a place in Philadelphia you can go to relive the event.
Kressley’s relationship with the university began several years ago. A scholarship was established in his name and last May he delivered the commencement address.
It is not unusual for Division II college basketball teams to step up in exhibition games and take on Division I programs. The local scene has seen several area squads do just that over the last week, on both the men’s and women’s side.
Thousands of the rowers are in town this weekend for the annual “Head of the Schuylkill Regatta.” On Saturday, colleges from across the country competed.
Have you been bitten by the writing bug? Here are five of the top resources for aspiring writers in the Philadelphia area.
Philadelphia Police say 40-year-old George Tobin of Philadelphia, was arrested Monday.
Police are searching for a man they say was harassing women in the area of Philadelphia University.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a women’s basketball player having a better first season than Philadelphia University redshirt freshman center Tori Arnao.
Two freshmen are helping Philadelphia University put together yet another successful season