Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Proud parents (and students) can get the word out whenever they want, via Tredyffrin-Easttown Patch's homepage and daily email newsletter.
Your kid's finishing high school and has chosen a college, maybe even a major. It's big news in your household, obviously. And it's news here, too, at Tredyffrin-Easttown Patch, where every item in our community Announcements section is posted by Patch users with something to share. Sometimes it's a college enrollment, or an all-star team selection, or a hiring, promotion, retirement, birthday or anniversary. Pretty much anything goes, and it couldn't be simpler to post. Once you've submitted your announcement, a Patch editor will be automatically notified, at which point it can be featured on the homepage and in the next morning's daily Patch email newsletter. You may see it linked on Tredyffrin-EasttownPatch's Facebook and/or Twitter, …
Saturday, March 9, 2013
David Clark, Ed.M., an independent college admissions consultant, will speak at Easttown Library.
Easttown Library will lead a program Tuesday to help guide prospective college students through the complex admissions process. The library website lays out the details: Register for the program online.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
See which speakers are appearing in the Greater Philly area.
Bryn Mawr College will end its Black History Month with a presentation from a civil rights icon. Dick Gregory, a comedian and social critic, will be giving the keynote address for the college's celebration of Black History Month on Feb 28 at 7 p.m. The speech is being held at the Thomas Great Hall and is open to all. Here are a few other speakers coming to the area: Anne Dinshah, a lifetime vegan and author of Dating Vegans, a book about maintaing relationships with people who have selective diets, will be visiting Villanova on March 13. Dinshah will hold a cooking demonstration, an interactive session titled "Be Socail, Be Healthy," and will judge submissions from the school's "Veggie Mania" competition. Email firstname.lastname@example.org…
Sunday, January 6, 2013
Looking for a good value on college> Kiplinger says y one of the top 100 best values is just a few minutes away.
Sunday, January 6
Kiplinger rated nearby West Chester University as one of the top 100 best values in public colleges in the nation this week. West Chester ranked 71 among public colleges for in-state students and 57 for out-of-state students. Only two other Pennsylvania colleges made the list: University of Pittsburgh and Penn State Main Campus. University of Pittsburgh ranked 38 for in-state students and 17 for out-of-stae while Penn State ranked 48 for in-state and 31 for out-of-state. Here's how Kiplinger makes its selections from its website: We start with data on nearly 600 public institutions and sort the schools based on quality measures -- such as the admission rate, the test scores of incoming freshmen, and four- and six-year graduation rates. We…
Sunday, August 26, 2012
The Patch Newsletter and smart phone apps are great ways for young scholars to keep up with news back home.
As college students head back to campus or leave home for the first semester of freshman year send them with a momento from home: TE Patch There are two great ways to help your college student stay in touch with tredyffrin and Easttown news. Sign your student up for a Patch newsletter, and let them know about adding the Patch apps for iPhone and Android phones. Did we mention it's all free? Your scholar can keep up with local news, including the wide variety of events going on at their high school alma maters and in their communities back home. At Patch we also want to stay connected to some of our most loyal readers. Simply click here for a link to Tredyffrin-Easttown Patch and sign up college-bound students for the newsletter There's …