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Catamaran taps second round of startups

Catamaran taps second round of startups

Harrisburg technology accelerator Catamaran has selected a second group of startup companies it plans to help get off the ground, starting this month.

Entry points: Law schools weigh merit of multiple tests

Stephanie Patton spent a hefty amount of money and five hours a week for three months preparing for the Law School Admission Test, aka the LSAT.

President of Lancaster Bible College to retire next year

The longtime president of Lancaster Bible College, Peter Teague, said he plans to retire next August after 20 years at the institution's helm.

Photos: Dickinson College opens $19M residence hall

Ahead of the new academic year, Dickinson College has opened a new $19 million residence hall that will house 130 students.

New venture seeks to aid in college planning

premium content New venture seeks to aid in college planning

By Stephanie Kalina-Metzger

When Crystal Smith considered pursuing higher education opportunities for her special-needs son, the prospect seemed daunting.

YCEA summer interns give grants to three York County businesses

A group of summer interns at the York County Economic Alliance have enabled three businesses to make a mark on the county.

premium content A Conversation With: Laurie Carter

President, Shippensburg University

Laurie Carter became the 17th president of Shippensburg University in August 2017.

premium content In search of skilled workers, manufacturers turn to apprenticeship programs

There's a difference between a job and a career. And helping young people find the latter might help replenish a declining manufacturing workforce.

Harrisburg U esports team preps for first season

premium content Harrisburg U esports team preps for first season

Sixteen people from nine states and Canada received scholarships to pioneer the esports varsity teams at Harrisburg University of Science and...

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