It’s an understatement to say that the current economic crisis in America is severe and will have long-lasting impacts, but it’s far from the Great Depression and government intervention is absolutely necessary to come up with a solution to the problem.
After decades which included genocide, political ostracism, anti-Semitism, isolation, denial, and forced emigration, Poland is finally coming to grips with the history of its Jewish culture and history.
Midstate resident Ho-Thanh Nguyen, the founder and president of the Pennsylvania Immigrant Refugee Women‘s Network (PAIRWN), is the Feb. 5 presenter in Penn State Harrisburg‘s year-long Diversity Lecture Series.
Nguyen will discuss the immigrant experience at noon in the Gallery Lounge of the Olmsted Building. The presentation is free and open to the public. For information, phone 717-948-6180.
Penn State Harrisburg’s commitment to make higher education more convenient for adult learners residing or working in the Hershey area is off to a resounding start.
Introduced for the first time in January, courses delivered to the Penn State Hershey Medical Center which lead to credit certificates and an associate degree in Letters, Arts, and Sciences have attracted 88 students in the initial semester of the offerings.