University of the Sciences
It was a stunner last night at the DAC as Division II University of the Sciences beat Drexel, 54-52.
Students living a healthy lifestyle and using social media could win a lot of money in cash and scholarships from the University of the Sciences.
The FDA has approved an oxycodone pill designed to deter abuse.
Keeping autistic children safe near the water is a major issue as drowning is the leading cause of death for them.
The University of the Sciences joins more than 1,300 other colleges and universities in going smoke and tobacco free.
The blue and white wheel chair design on a handicapped parking sign or where a facility is wheelchair accessible is well known, but not active enough for 22-year-old Chris Yang.
Raising a child with disabilities is stressful and parents need to be reminded not to forget they’re important too.
The free ‘Step Into College’ event is Saturday.
Junior guard/forward Brianne Traub is nearly averaging a double-double for the Division II Devils. Through 18 games, she’s scoring at a clip of 19.9 points a game while pulling down 8.6 rebounds. And it should be noted, she is also having a blast doing it.
Acetaminophen, a pain and fever reducing medication, is the active ingredient in Tylenol and all sorts of other things, and that’s where a danger lies.
Traveling with special needs children takes planning anytime, but during the holidays its crucial to be prepared.
One local university is taking an opportunity this month, National Cholesterol Education Month, to urge its students to pay attention to the dangers of high cholesterol.
By Matt Leon PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – After a very successful tenure as the head varsity girls basketball coach at Archbishop Ryan High School, Jackie Hartzell has moved on to the college level – but stayed […]
The Philadelphia Area Small College Coaches Association will hold it’s annual Hall of Fame dinner later this month, inducting three new members.
Tim Kerr’s son Garret is leading Division II basketball in rebounding for University Of The Sciences.