In an exciting, back-and-forth game, Central Penn men’s team prevailed over Thaddeus Stevens Tech, 79–67, in basketball action Wednesday night at East Pennsboro High School. There were multiple lead changes in a game that was much closer than the final score indicated.
Congratulations to all of the Central Penn College students who were named on the Dean’s List for the Summer 2019 term!
The first-ever Thespies occurred Saturday at the Capital BlueCross Theatre (CBCT) in honor of the venue’s fifth anniversary.
The Central Penn women’s basketball team opened the season at home with back-to-back, 20-point victories against two Penn State teams last week.
Central Penn College senior Connor Graham was named the Maryland AAU Baseball Player of the Year.
The Capital BlueCross Theatre at Central Penn College celebrates its fifth birthday this month. More than 20 productions have graced the theatre’s stage.
More than 70 Allied Health students recently received their pins in front of a standing-room-only crowd at Central Penn College’s Conference Center.
The college’s Armed Forces Association club is sponsoring an all-night camp-out to highlight the issue of homelessness among military veterans.
In December 2018, Kristal Turner-Childs was promoted to major and named as the director of the 300-person Bureau of Forensic Services, one of the largest departments in the Pennsylvania State Police.
Continuing education student, Charlie Hughley received the Veteran Leadership Award at commencement. A distinguished member of the U. S. Navy, he works as a program manager at the Defense Logistics Agency in New Cumberland.