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The Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society is celebrating its 90th Anniversary. I had the opportunity to interview the participants in the film and co-produce this brief video that highlights the essence of the organization and the love of literature, language, and writing. I hope you enjoy the clip, and if you aren’t a member, I hope you consider joining.
- Caroline (Carrie) Fitzpatrick, Ph.D.
For more information about joining the English honor society, please visit http://www.english.org/sigmatd/
Have you seen the new Alvernia basketball program yet? Take a look: http://ow.ly/tvwPQ — and share your favorite page!
In a joint effort by Berks County Community Foundation (BCCF) and Alvernia University’s O’Pake Institute for Ethics, Leadership and Public Service, a new 66 page “Community Indicators Report” has been released offering a new look at both hard numbers and public opinion on topics such as population, education, healthcare, crime and the environment in Berks County.
“We wanted to take a look at issues that are important to the community,” said David Myers, director of the O’Pake Institute. “Part of our mission is to promote dialogue on important civic issues and this report provides a starting point for those conversations.”
BCTV.org, Alvernia University and the Berks County Community Foundation (BCCF) recently completed a semester-long project that taught students about journalism and how news, and the way it is delivered, influences society.
Project “Free Flow” was made possible through a $52,000 grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, matched by BCCF.