2016

65th Class Reunion

West Chester’s Class of 1951 by Chelsea Hess-Moore In the early afternoon of Saturday, May 14th, 25 people gathered in the Philips Autographed Library in the Philips Memorial Building at West Chester University. A luncheon […]

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2016

Shedding Light on Sleep Disturbance

by Nina First The fine line separating going to bed and going to sleep is the LCD display you’re scrolling through every night. Whether you’re catching up on the news, a TV show or checking […]

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2016

Women of Television in the Midstate

by Skye McDonald Women in the television industry are hardworking intellectuals who spend their days reporting on everything and anything, from what happens in communities to national news. Before they were anchors and reporters, they […]

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2016

Women of Impact: Shelley Brooks

by M. Diane McCormick Shelley Brooks Director, Bethesda Mission Women and Children’s Shelter When Jillian leaves for Wilson College, culminating a journey from addiction to college scholarship, she won’t go alone. Her friends from Bethesda […]

2016

Women of Impact: Joya Maser

Future Psychiatrist by M. Diane McCormick, Photography by Kelly Ann Shuler Joya Maser, Future Psychiatrist This is the story of a Susquehanna Township High School basketball player, Class of ’16, who could have signed up for […]

2016

Women of Impact: Danielle Robinson

President, Harrisburg School Board by M. Diane McCormick, Photography by Kelly Ann Shuler Danielle Robinson, President, Harrisburg School Board Living in a new city, married one year and five months pregnant, Danielle Robinson found herself immersed […]

2016

Women of Impact: Barbara Darkes

President, LGBT Center of Central PA by M. Diane McCormick, Photography by Kelly Ann Shuler Barbara Darkes   President, LGBT Center of Central PA Barbara Darkes has had “the conversation” with some family members, the […]

2016

The Push for Paid Maternity Leave

Pennsylvania’s Bad Grades are a Problem for Families by Cassie Miller A November 2014 report from Chatham University examined Pennsylvania’s family medical leave laws. The findings were not good with the Keystone State earning a […]

2016

Taste: The Fire House Restaurant

By Cassie Miller Calling Harrisburg’s former Hope Fire Station home, The Fire House Restaurant now serves Harrisburg in a different way. The building dates back to 1814, and as Chef Marty Stone points out, it […]