Students took virtual hikes, participated in video obstacle courses, designed cabins via Minecraft, and more.
Lebanon Valley College has released more details on its return to campus for the fall 2020 semester.
The fully-remote program lasts for four weeks and the first session starts on June 8.
Declining enrollment was a major factor in the decision to close Lebanon Catholic, but its size was also a defining aspect of students’ experience.
Gov. Tom Wolf announced May 13 that Pennsylvania will receive a one-time grant of federal emergency funds totaling $523.8 million to help schools cope with costs associated with COVID-19.
Three Lebanon County Career & Technology Center seniors have digital billboards displayed on West Cumberland Street.
Palmyra senior Jess St. Clair writes about the pain of missing her grandpa’s final moments, unable to visit him due to COVID-19.
Lebanon Valley President Lewis E. Thayne announced Wednesday, May 6, that the college plans to have students return to campus for an in-person start to the fall 2020 semester.
Janet Keens’ senior year at ELCO was filled with countless surprises from the start.
Some may say it has been the longest six weeks of their lives. Others, like Annville-Cleona senior MaKenna Kline, have found ways to make the time go by quickly.
Following the closure of Lebanon Catholic School, alumni, teachers, students and their family members attended a socially distant gathering on Saturday, May 2 to show their support for the school.
Palmyra Area School District stands to lose over $2 million due to fallout from COVID-19.
The event was originally scheduled for early April. ELCO teachers are making sure it isn’t missed.
Some students are “flourishing in the online environment,” while others are not able to connect to online classrooms from their homes.
Lebanon Valley College students and faculty are adapting to the new changes and structure of remote learning.