This was no defense-deadlocked, double-overtime 0–0 tie. No, this was a veritable shootout, with the Knights, however, coming out on the short end, losing 8–6 to visiting Penn State Beaver.
The Capital BlueCross Theatre was the place to be this weekend with the debut of Bridge (the gap), a new theatrical work co-written by Central Penn Professor Maria James-Thiaw.
On a muggy, mid-September evening, more than 100 friends and family gathered last week at the Calvin G. High pavilion to witness something extraordinary––the largest PTA cohort in the history of the Lancaster Center receive their pins.
Going scoreless through the first three matches of the season, Central Penn knew its luck had to eventually change. And it did last Friday at home against Williamson Trade, as freshmen Derek Pine and Soufiane Issoufou––both making their collegiate debuts––helped ignite the once-dormant offense.
The Capital BlueCross Theatre continues its tradition of offering original, innovative and thought-provoking work with Bridge (the gap).
Central Penn women’s soccer team traveled south of the Mason-Dixon line to earn their first win, defeating Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, Va., 5–1.
In what was a defensive showdown, the Central Penn Knights were unable to secure their first win of the season on Friday at Adams Ricci Park against a gritty Penn State Mont Alto team.
During her time at Central Penn, Natalie Richards was a familiar presence. She played multiple sports for the college, served as an RA, assisted with events and participated in numerous activities.
At this year’s commencement, Morgan Littleford received the Central Penn College Student Leadership Award.
At this year’s commencement, Helen Fischman received the Legacy Award for Perseverance.