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Jan. 18, 2017
Grove City College caffeine research featured in national magazine
Dr. Philip Prins, assistant professor of exercise science, discusses his research on caffeine that was recently featured in Shape magazine during an interview on WFMJ TV21. MORE>>





Dec. 15, 2016
Grove City College president outlines 5-year plan
Grove City College President Paul J. McNulty announced a new, five year strategic plan during his state of the college address Wednesday at the Fairmont Hotel here. More than 200 alumni and friends of the college attended the event. MORE>>




Dec. 15, 2016
College partners in on-campus faith venture academy
Grove City College's Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation is partnering with Praxis to prepare students motivated by their faith to create and lead ventures that matter for the future of society. MORE>>



Oct. 17, 2016
Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings: Readers React
Journal readers, including Grove City College President Paul J. McNulty ’80 react to the Journal’s inaugural college rankings. The College wasn’t considered for the rankings because it isn’t recognized by the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard. MORE>>





Sept. 10, 2016
Grove City College president recalls horrors of 9-11 attacks
Before Paul McNulty was the president of Grove City College, he worked at the U.S. Department of Justice during the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. On the 15th anniversary of those attacks, he gave a special vesper service at the College about his experience. MORE>>



Sept. 5, 2016
Educator Making a Difference: Dr. Todd Allen of Grove City College
Dr. Todd Allen, professor of communications studies, is making a difference in the classroom at Grove City College and beyond. MORE>>




Aug. 29, 2016
Report: The Pennsylvania schools where you can get the most bang for your buck
SmartAsset has released its second annual Best Value Colleges study, ranking the top 10 institutions in Pennsylvania where students can get the best bang for their buck. Grove City College is number 6. MORE>>


Aug. 26, 2016
DiDonato returns 'home' as Grove City's new coach
In August 2009, Andrew DiDonato appeared at the Presidents’ Athletic Conference football media day as a senior quarterback representing Grove City College. Fast forward to Aug. 3, 2016, and DiDonato made a repeat appearance at PAC media day, this time as Grove City’s head coach. MORE>>


Aug. 11, 2016
Grove City College finishes up summer renovations
When Grove City College students arrive back on campus this fall, they can expect to see some new changes. MORE>>






July 8, 2016
Grove City College finds database savings outside the cloud
For Grove City College , the cloud was proving to be increasingly costly, so school officials worked with Silicon Valley-based Sesame Software on an inexpensive database solution that not only kept sensitive student recruitment information secure, but also made it easily managed and accessible. MORE>>








July 7, 2016
The controversial reason some religious colleges forgo federal funding
For Grove City College, “the issue has never been about discrimination,” President Paul McNulty told the Atlantic for a just-published story about schools that don't take federal funding. “We value our independence. We value the fact that we do not have to be subject to the evolving policy initiatives and prerogatives that come along from one administration to the next, and we don’t have to then shoulder the burden of the administration costs associated with those policy initiatives and requirements … I think a lot of other colleges wish they were in Grove City’s position, because they worry that (government) requirements are going to fundamentally change the direction of the institution.” MORE>>


June 30, 2016
Not too late for Grove City’s ‘sorry’ to professor
Decades after a Cold War–era firing, Grove City College is in good standing with the American Association of University Professors again. MORE>>




June 22, 2016
Grove City College's censure lifted after 53 years
After a more than a half-century, Grove City College was taken off the top of the American Association of University Professors’ censure list at its 102nd Annual Meeting. MORE>>





June 21, 2016
Grove City College makes quiet move for what’s right
“There’s cause for quiet celebration this week at Grove City College after a national academic organization lifted a sanction against the school that had endured for more than a half-century,” The Butler Eagle says in an editorial that praises the College’s “earnest effort to make amends.” MORE>>






May 16, 2016
Campaign to campus: Carson speaks at GCC commencement
Grove City College conferred degrees Saturday on 595 graduates, who heard a former Republican presidential candidate at the college’s 136th commencement exercises. Dr. Ben Carson was the keynote speaker and received an honorary degree from the school. He talked about “The Power of Knowledge,” referring to his life as an angry, impoverished boy growing up in Detroit who became a renowned neurosurgeon, the first to successfully separate Siamese twins joined at the head. MORE>>





May 14, 2016
Dr. Ben Carson talks about success in commencement address
Former Republican Presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson spoke at Grove City College’s commencement ceremony on Saturday. It seemed that his speech on Saturday was pretty successful, as it was met with a standing ovation. MORE>>




May 11, 2016
Carson to address Grove City College commencement
Dr. Ben Carson, a former Republican presidential candidate and retired neurosurgeon, will deliver Grove City College's commencement address Saturday. MORE>>


May 9, 2016
Grove City College selects Professor of the Year
Charles E. Kriley, Grove City College professor of chemistry, was named the 2016 Omicron Delta Kappa Professor of the Year at a ceremony last month in Harbison Chapel on campus.
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April 25, 2016
Ahead of key primary, C-SPAN heads to Grove City for student vibe
Republican Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are all campaigning in Pennsylvania ahead of Tuesday’s primary. Monday, C-Span has parked its TV studio on wheels at Grove City College and is hearing from students for its “Voices on the Road” segment. MORE>>






April 20, 2016
Past president of Grove City College honored
The Association of Independent Colleges & Universities of Pennsylvania has honored Richard G. Jewell, the immediate past president of Grove City College, with its Francis J. Michelini Award for Outstanding Service to Higher Education. Jewell was president from 2003 until 2014. MORE>>




April 4, 2016
Low tuition and costs maintained at Grove City College
Grove City College announced that it is continuing its long-standing practice of maintaining low costs and tuition for the 2016-17 academic year. The college values affordability as a central element of its identity as one of the country’s greatest higher-education values. MORE>>




April 1, 2016
Forbes Rates Grove City a ‘Best Value College’
Forbes magazine has ranked Grove City College 109th overall on its list of 300 “Best Value Colleges 2016,” the college announced Thursday. The business publication ranked Grove City 35th best value in the country among liberal arts colleges, 54th in the Northeast and 76th among private colleges. MORE>>



March 29, 2016
Best Value Colleges 2016: The 300 schools worth the investment
With a college degree still a near universal aspiration in this country, FORBES looks at the U.S. colleges and universities that provide students with the most value for the dollar. Grove City College is among the 300 schools worth the investment. MORE>>


March 28, 2016
Grove City College tuition less than national average
Tuition at Grove City College continues to be the lowest among private liberal arts schools in Pennsylvania. MORE>>







March 15, 2016
Grove City junior helps Haitian orphans on mission trip
When Faith Bosco first traveled to Haiti for a mission trip in 2013, she entered the country with a freshly broken arm and a group of other volunteers she didn't know. “It was the hardest, worst, greatest experience of my life,” said Bosco, a Grove City College junior. MORE>>




March 8, 2016
GCC students spend spring break on mission trips
More than 100 Grove City College students will be spending a week this month doing volunteer and ministry work in inner cities at home and abroad. MORE>>




March 7, 2016
The untold story of how Nancy Reagan would have taken a bullet for her husband
Dr. Paul Kengor, professor of political science and Reagan biographer, offered this previously unheard story of Nancy Reagan’s devotion to President Reagan after she died on March 6. MORE>>




March 1, 2106
Lamie earns college coach of year award
Grove City College men's basketball coach Steve Lamie, a 1981 Saucon Valley graduate, is the Presidents' Athletic Conference Coach of the Year. MORE>>



Feb, 29, 2016
Professor of physics from Grove City College to meet with Bear Creek students
Students at The Bear Creek School will have the opportunity to learn from Dr. DJ Wagner, a professor of physics at Grove City College, a small Christian liberal arts college with a robust science and engineering school. MORE>>




Feb. 17, 2016
College named one of Newsmax's '40 Best Colleges for Conservative Values'
American colleges and universities may be liberal strongholds for the most part, but there are some outstanding institutions of higher learning that still cater to conservative values. Grove City College is ranked number 3. MORE>>



Feb. 4, 2016
President McNulty makes ‘influential in Business Ethics' list
Grove City College President Paul J. McNulty ’80 is among the “100 Most Influential in Business Ethics” according to Ethisphere magazine. MORE>>






Feb. 2, 2016
Grove City College team takes the cake on ‘Cake Wars’
Cake and video games are usually only combined if you’re eating one while playing the other. Grove City College alumna, Emily Bartlow and senior Tristan Slater, tossed that theory aside by creating a video-game-inspired cake to win Monday night’s episode of Food Network’s “Cake Wars." The victory included more than just bragging rights; the pair split a $10,000 first prize. MORE>>



Jan. 30, 2016
Reality check: Grove City duo goes to 'Cake Wars'
In “Cake Wars,” the judges take no prisoners. “Your heart is pounding and you’re just standing there going, ‘Please, PLEASE like this,’” said Tristan Slater ’16, who would know. She and Grove City College roommate Emily Bartlow flew to California to appear on the Food Network show a few months ago. MORE>>




Jan. 26, 2016
Grove City College students to appear on “Cake Wars”
Grove City College's Emily Bartlow '16 and Tristan Slater '16 will appear as contestants on “Cake Wars” at 9 p.m., Monday, Feb. 1, on Food Network. MORE>>



Jan. 25, 2016
Liberal arts colleges where students are eager to enroll
Grove City College is among a select group of schools where most students who are accepted actually enroll. MORE>>




Jan. 15, 2016
Christian Universities Online releases 50 Most Beautiful Christian Colleges and Universities ranking
Leading Christian higher education resource, Christian Universities Online, has published a ranking of the 50 Most Beautiful Christian Colleges and Universities in the United States for 2016. Grove City College was ranked second. MORE>>



Jan. 7, 2016
Grove City hosts 350 girls for STEM Summit
Grove City College welcomed about 350 girls from high schools and middle school girls Wednesday for a day-long exploration of the STEM disciplines – science, technology engineering and mathematics. MORE>>







Dec. 14, 2015
College named one of most beautiful campuses
Grove City College was named one of the nation’s most-beautiful Christian college campuses. The college was No. 2 on the list of “Most Beautiful Christian Colleges and Universities of 2016” compiled by Christian Universities Online. MORE>>





Nov. 27, 2015
Government’s college scorecard misleads students
In mid-September, the Department of Education released their government scorecard of America’s higher learning institutions. Prior to the release, President Obama promised the American people that it would contain “reliable data on every institution of higher education.” But the scorecard fails on both counts. MORE>>


Nov. 23, 2015
Grove City students participate in archaeology program
This past summer, students from Grove City College traveled to Sardinia, Italy, to participate in an archaeology conservation program. MORE>>




Nov. 19, 2015
Obama Scorecard not inclusive
When President Obama unveiled the U. S. Department of Education’s new college scorecard, he indicated it would be inclusive, reviewing every school. Well, they missed three — Grove City College, Christendom and Hillsdale. MORE>>




Nov. 16, 2015
Degrees and Double Standards: Scoring the College Scorecard
Grove City College President Paul J. McNulty ’80 discussed the shortcomings of the federal government’s College Scorecard this week at a Heritage Foundation event. Watch it at the link above. MORE>>




Nov. 9, 2015
President McNulty explains why DOE's College Scorecard doesn't make the grade
Grove City College President Paul J. McNulty ’80 explains why the Department of Education’s College Scorecard, which only covers schools that take federal money, doesn’t make the grade for students, families or higher education.
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Oct. 29, 2015
President McNulty appears on The Ride Home with John and Kathy
Listen to the podcast as GCC President Paul McNulty ’80 talks about faith, freedom and Grove City College with Word FM’s drive-time hosts. MORE>>

 


Oct. 28, 2015
53 years after his firing, college professor gets apology
In the thick of the Cold War, the small Pennsylvania college where Larry Gara was an outspoken history professor called him a bad teacher, labeled him a Communist and unceremoniously showed him the door. Now, 53 years later, the school says it's sorry. MORE>>




Oct. 26, 2015
Paper presented in Italy by Grove City professor
Grove City College history professor Robert Clemm presented a paper last month at the International Society for First World War Studies’ “Landscapes of the Great War: imagination, representation, experience” conference in Trento and Padua, Italy. MORE>>

 
Oct. 16, 2015
Hundreds of colleges missing from Obama’s College Scorecard?
Many welcomed the launch of a new Web site by the U.S. Department of Education last month, designed to simplify higher education decisions by offering information. But some critics argue that, while thousands of colleges are included, the site leaves out many schools which might be good options for students. MORE>>




Oct. 13, 2015
Grove City College Recognized as One of America's Top Liberal Arts Schools
Grove City College is among the tops of its class, according to a Business Insider study of the country’s liberal arts schools. MORE>>

 
Oct. 9, 2015
Grove City College president comments on absence from College Scorecard         
College President Paul J. McNulty '80 discusses Grove City's absence from Obama's College Scorecard with Erie News WICU-Channel 12 (NBC). MORE>>

 
 
Oct. 7, 2015
The 101 smartest liberal arts colleges in America
If you're looking for an intellectually stimulating environment and a tight-knit community, you may want to consider one of the following universities. From our recent list of the smartest colleges in America, we pulled out the top liberal arts schools, as categorized by US News & World Report. Grove City is number 85. MORE>>

 

 
Oct. 6, 2015
Earhart Foundation donates 2,337 volumes to GCC
Grove City College’s Henry Buhl Library is now the repository for a massive collection of books produced under the auspices of the Earhart Foundation, which has supported scholarly research and efforts to spread the gospel of faith and freedom for nine decades. MORE>>




Sept. 23, 2015
Grove City responds to omission from College Scorecard
Grove City College has raised concerns with the U.S. Department of Education over the college's omission from the newly released College Scorecard assessment. MORE>>




Sept. 23, 2015
Some conservative colleges were left out of Obama’s new College Scorecard
The new online federal college comparison system, College Scorecard, was touted as a resource for students considering colleges, offering information such as the average income earned by alumni, graduation rates, and the cost after financial aid kicks in. MORE>>


 
Sept. 23, 2015
Obama's college list isn't complete; Grove City, among others, aren't included
President Obama introduced a website this month that he said provides data about “every institution of higher learning,” but more than a dozen four-year schools — including Western Pennsylvania's Grove City College — aren't included because they don't participate in federal student loan programs. MORE>>






 
Sept. 18, 2015
The Department of Education's enemies list
The Obama Administration, with much hype, released its College Scorecard recently. Designed to help students find the college that best fits their interest, the Scorecard includes some interesting information, but as we delve more into it, something arguably sinister is revealed: the Scorecard excludes mention of several prominent colleges with a conservative or traditional academic orientation, including Grove City College. MORE>>

 
Sept. 13, 2015
Will faith help or hurt Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail?
Grove City College professors Dr. Gary S. Smith, author of Religion in the Oval Office, and Dr. Paul Kengor, author of God and Hillary Clinton: A Spiritual Life, are quoted in this article about how Hillary Clinton’s Methodist faith has shaped her worldview and widespread skepticism about her religious beliefs. MORE>>



Sept. 9, 2015
Pittsburgh-area schools among U.S. News' "Best Colleges"
Grove City College is among a number of Pittsburgh-area schools that secured a spot on U.S. News and World Report's annual ranking of Best Colleges. MORE>>

 
August 27, 2015
GCC campaign raises $95 million, surpasses goal
An anonymous $7 million contribution to Grove City College helped meet and surpass the goal of GCC’s largest and most successful capital campaign. MORE>>

 

August 25, 2015
$7M gift allows Grove City College to surpass goal
A gift of $7 million from an anonymous donor has allowed Grove City College to meet and surpass its goal of $90 million in its most recent capital campaign, the college announced Monday. The gift took the “Grove City Matters: A Campaign to Advance Grove City College” over the top and end with $95 million, the president of the small private liberal arts college, Paul J. McNulty, said. MORE>>




August, 2015
Season of Change: The new faces in higher education
Grove City College President Paul McNulty '80 is one of several new western Pennsylvania college and university leaders to be featured by the magazine. MORE>>



August 21, 2015
Grove City College four-year campaign raises $95 million
Grove City College today announced it has completed a fundraising campaign that raised $95 million, a four-year effort bolstered by several major donations including an anonymous $7 million contribution. MORE>>



August 17, 2015
Grove City ranks high on top colleges list
Forbes has once again recognized Grove City College as one of America’s Top Colleges. The college was also ranked as a top private college and one of the best schools in the Northeast region. MORE>>




August 10, 2015
Money magazine ranks Grove City College among the best
Grove City College is ranked high on the magazine’s “Best Colleges” list. Providing students a rich academic tradition at an amazing value in a Christian community of learners has been the college’s mission since it was founded nearly 140 years ago. MORE>>


August 8, 2015
Grove City named one of 380 best colleges by Princeton Review
Grove City College is one of America’s best colleges, according to Princeton Review’s “The Best 380 Colleges.” MORE>>

 
August, 2015
Grove City College: Academic Excellence. Amazing Value.
While many colleges and universities provide students with a high-quality education, there is something even more important that students realize when they attend Grove City College – their calling in life.
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July 30, 2015
Grove City College is ranked as one of the Best Small Town Colleges
Grove City College is ranked as one of the Best Small Town Colleges in the U.S.A. by Best Colleges. The website noted Grove City’s revitalized downtown, which is “bustling with shops and eateries in a safe, neighborly atmosphere.” Olde Town Grove City is recognized as one of the top 10 Most Heart-Warmingly Beautiful Small Towns in Pennsylvania. MORE>>


 


July 28, 2015
Hottest air of summer comes just in time for football practice

Reporter Julie Bercik talks with football‬ head coach Chris Smith and head athletic trainer Kay Mitchell-Emigh about the importance of hydration and overall safety for athletes at Wolverine Team Camp as high temperatures cover the area. MORE>>






June 19, 2015
America's debt is a moral issue that must be resolved between young and old

Spencer Strimbu '16, an accounting and finance double major from Brookfield, Ohio, argues against government debt in this opinion piece he originally wrote for an upper-level economics class: "We must stop 'living high' and sticking future generations with the bill, for, if we don't, the costs from our over consumption may one day break the backs of future Americans." MORE>>

 




June 9, 2015
Grove City student thrives on return to college after cancer treatment
Justine Staniszewski, 20, has now made it through her sophomore year as an engineering major at Grove City College while grappling with a diagnosis of Hodgkin's lymphoma. She learned she had the disease in the middle of her freshman year and began chemotherapy on April 15, 2014. MORE>>

 
May 21, 2015
Erie's population sinks to lowest in nearly a century
Grove City College professor of political science Michael Coulter discusses the impact of Erie’s declining population. MORE>>






May 18, 2015
Grant awarded to Grove City College professor
Robert Clemm, assistant professor of history at Grove City College, recently received an Individual Faculty Development Seminar grant and funding from the Council on International Education Exchange to attend the “Ruin & Revival: History, Modern Memory & Identity Seminar” in Germany and Poland this summer. MORE>>

 
May 15, 2015
Marathon men win for team, charity
Five young men studying at Grove City College won the men’s relay at Dick’s Pittsburgh Marathon – a nice athletic boost before training starts for cross country this summer. MORE>>

 



May 9, 2015
Road to racial parity starts at home, Pittsburghers say
Pittsburghers say Americans cannot depend on national leaders or government to fix problems that have separated whites and blacks for hundreds of years. Dr. Todd Allen, professor of communications at Grove City College, says: “I think the mistake we make is we're looking for that prominent national voice or leader on the level of a Martin Luther King... I look more to the grassroots leaders; they're going to be there long after the cameras and that kind of stuff has left.” MORE>>

 
April 29, 2015
West Shore man to be state’s top court administrator
Thomas B. Darr ’77 of Hampden Township, the current deputy court administrator, will move up to the top spot when Administrator Zygmont A. Pines steps down on July 31, the state Supreme Court announced. MORE>>




April 22, 2015
Is Anyone Religious Enough to Be President of the United States?
Dr. Gary Scott Smith ’72, chair of the Department of History and professor of history at Grove City College, had his book “Religion in the Oval Office” referenced in an article discussing the religious beliefs of United States presidents. MORE>>





April 10, 2015
Baldwin High School to honor distinguished alumni
When Paul McNulty visits South Hills Country Club in May, it won’t be to run on the golf course as he did almost 40 years ago when he was a member of the Baldwin High School cross-country team. Instead, he will be among 11 alumni who will be inducted into the district’s first Distinguished Highlander Alumni Hall of Fame. MORE>>




April 6, 2015
Spring play is professor’s last college curtain call
William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” will come to life on the Grove City College stage at 7:30 p.m. April 16-18 in Ketler Auditorium of the Pew Fine Arts Center on campus. MORE>>



March 25, 2015
Grove City College installs new president
A former federal prosecutor and 1980 graduate has become the ninth president of Grove City College in western Pennsylvania. MORE>>



March 25, 2015
Grove City College welcomes president
Seven months after being appointed as the ninth president of Grove City College, Paul McNulty ’80 on Monday officially was inaugurated. MORE>>



March 24, 2015
Ex-prosecutor, alum becomes Grove City College president
A former federal prosecutor and 1980 graduate has become the ninth president of Grove City College in Mercer County. MORE>>



March 24, 2015
Ex-prosecutor, alum becomes Grove City College president
Paul McNulty was installed as president Monday at Grove City College, the private, Christian liberal arts college, about 55 miles north of Pittsburgh. MORE>>





March 24, 2015
Ex-prosecutor, alum becomes Grove City College president
A former federal prosecutor and 1980 graduate has become the ninth president of Grove City College. MORE>>




March 24, 2015
Ex-prosecutor, alum becomes Grove City College president
Paul McNulty was installed as president Monday at Grove City College, the private, Christian liberal arts college, about 55 miles north of Pittsburgh. MORE>>



March 24, 2015
Ex-prosecutor, alum becomes Grove City College president
Paul J. McNulty ’80, a former federal prosecutor and 1980 graduate, has become the ninth president of Grove City College. MORE>>







March 24, 2015
Former federal prosecutor, alumnus, becomes becomes ninth president of Pennsylvania's Grove City College
Paul J. McNulty ’80, a former federal prosecutor and 1980 graduate, has become the ninth president of Grove City College. MORE>>





March 24, 2015
Inauguration of Grove City College President
The Hon. Paul J. McNulty ’80 was formally installed as the ninth President of Grove City College on Monday, March 23, in an uplifting ceremony that marked the official beginning of a new era in the College’s life. MORE>>

March 24, 2015
Ex-prosecutor, alum becomes Grove City College president
Paul J. McNulty ’80, a former federal prosecutor and 1980 graduate, has become the ninth president of Grove City College. MORE>>



March 24, 2015
Grove City College inaugurates McNulty as ninth president
Grove City College has inaugurated former U.S. Deputy Attorney General Paul J. McNulty ’80 as its ninth president. MORE>>



March 24, 2015
Ex-prosecutor, alum becomes Grove City College president
Paul J. McNulty ’80, a former federal prosecutor and 1980 graduate, has become the ninth president of Grove City College. MORE>>







March 24, 2015
McNulty formally installed as 9th president of Grove City College
Paul J. McNulty ’80 was formally installed as the ninth president of Grove City College on Monday. McNulty, the fourth alumnus to hold the office, spoke about the College’s future in terms of a moral duty to continue the work of generations of leaders who built Grove City College on the ideals of faith and freedom, and a conviction that “nothing happens without God’s will.” MORE>>





March 24, 2015
Grove City welcomes new leader
Seven months after being appointed as the ninth president of Grove City College, Paul McNulty ’80 on Monday officially was inaugurated. MORE>>


March 22, 2015
GCC leader reflects on past
Less than year into his tenure as Grove City College president, Paul McNulty is having a good time. MORE>>

 
March 22, 2015
World War II propaganda posters found at Grove City College
Check out the video of WFMJ reporter Derek Steyer interviewing Grove City College Archivist Hilary (Lewis ’09) Walczak on the finding of vintage WWII propaganda posters locked away in the rare book room of the College’s Henry Buhl Library. MORE>>




March 19, 2015
These historic American WWII posters haven’t been seen since 1954
Grove City College archivist Hilary (Lewis ’09) Walczak recently stumbled upon 175 American propaganda posters locked away in a library cabinet. Dating back to the Second World War, they haven't been seen since the library opened over 60 years ago. MORE>>




March 17, 2015
Historic WWII posters discovered locked away at Grove City College
KDKA-TV (CBS Pittsburgh) aired a feature by reporter Dave Crawley on Grove City College Archivist Hilary (Lewis ’09) Walczak and vintage World War II posters she found locked away in the Henry Buhl Library. The video explains how Walczak found the posters, how Grove City College played a part in the war and looks at the gallery where the posters are currently displayed. MORE>>




March 17, 2015
Historic WWII posters discovered locked away at Grove City College
The battlefield stretched around the world for American forces in World War II. Take a look at some vintage World War II posters that were found at Grove City College. MORE>>



March 16, 2015
Grove City College to display ‘gold mine’ of WWII-era posters
Stored in a deep drawer likely last opened almost 60 years ago, Grove City College Archivist Hilary (Lewis ’09) Walcazk found 175 World War II-era posters valued in tens of thousands of dollars. MORE>>






March 15, 2015
Treasure of World War II posters comes to light
Hundreds of World War II posters were discovered by Grove City College Archivist Hilary (Lewis ’09) Walcazk worth thousands of dollars. The wartime posters will be on display at Grove City College this week through March 22. MORE>>




March 14, 2015
Treasure of World War II posters comes to light at Grove City College
Hilary (Lewis ’09) Walczak, a public historian and archivist at Grove City College, opens up about the find of a lifetime when she discovered a treasure of World War II posters in College’s Henry Buhl Library. MORE>>





March 12, 2015
John Quincy Adams – Faith in Politics
History professor Dr. Gary S. Smith, chair of Grove City College’s Department of History, writes about the faith of President John Quincy Adams for American Experience, public television’s longest-running, most-watched history series. MORE>>




March 11, 2015
SIGNS OF WAR – College discovers, will display a trove of WWII posters
An exhibition of vintage World War II propaganda posters that were “lost” for decades will be displayed at Grove City College beginning Monday and running through March 24. MORE>>




March 8, 2015
Let there be Light; Daylight-saving time a harbinger of spring
Dr. James Clem, assistant professor of physics at Grove City College, shed some light on the history behind daylight-saving time. MORE>>



March 7, 2015
Long-lost WWII posters on display at Grove City College
Grove City College will present a gallery show March 16 to 24 featuring a selection of vintage World War II propaganda posters that were “lost” for decades. MORE>>



March 5, 2015
Frank Underwood just dissed God. Would a real president do that?
Dr. Gary Smith ’72, chair and professor of the Department of History at Grove City College and author of “Religion in the Oval Office: The Religious Lives of American Presidents,” weighed in on an article discussing if a real U.S. president would every take the drastic actions like the fictional president on the widely popular Netflix show “House of Cards.” MORE>>

 

March 4, 2015
Students give up spring break to serve community
Students from Grove City College have been coming to the Ashland area for more than 20 years as part of the Inner City Outreach Program.
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Feb. 23, 2015
Professor discusses race law in the community
Dr. Todd Allen, professor of communication studies at Grove City College, appeared on they Lynne Hayes Freeland Show to promote a panel that will appear at Geneva College on Saturday, Feb. 28. The panel will discuss race law in the community and look at black history from a more timely perspective.
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Feb. 6, 2015
Reagan's Birthday: The 40th president's remarkable and enduring popularity
Dr. Paul Kengor, professor of political science at Grove City College and executive director of The Center for Vision & Values, reflects on Reagan’s impressive landslide win as incumbent, his overall popularity throughout the country and how he simply made the job look easy. MORE>>




Jan. 13, 2015
Grove City College business program gets accreditation
The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs has accredited the business curriculum at Grove City College. All programs leading to majors in the accounting, business administration and entrepreneurship are included by the accreditation of the ACPSP Board of Commissioners who oversee the undergraduate and graduate degree programs. MORE>>



Jan. 8, 2015
South Fayette football assistant gets post at Grove City College
A 2006 graduate of South Fayette, DiDonato was named the successor for Grove City College's football team. He was hired by the college just days before the Lions captured their second consecutive PIAA Class AA championship. MORE>>



Dec. 22, 2014
The 20 colleges with the friendliest students, according to Niche
Niche surveyed over 55,000 current students and recent alumni to find which schools have the friendliest students and Grove City College made the list. MORE>>




Dec. 16, 2014
College's Towle selected CFO of the Year
The Pittsburgh Business Times takes a look at the year in review of the winners and finalists that helped steer their Western Pennsylvania companies toward long-term success, including Grove City College Vice President for Financial Affairs Roger K. Towle ’68. MORE>>

 

Dec. 10, 2014
Former player DiDonato to succeed Smith as football coach
Andrew DiDonato will join Grove City as offensive coordinator next year, then succeed longtime head coach Chris Smith, who will retire as the Wolverines’ leader in 2016. MORE>>

 
 
Dec. 9, 2014
Grove City president named business ethics leader
Paul J. McNulty, president of Grove City College and a 1980 graduate, is one of “2014’s 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics,” says Ethisphere magazine. McNulty was 65th on its list, which spans a diverse collection of industries, job roles and countries. MORE>>


Nov. 24, 2014
Online source says Grove City is affordable choice
Grove City College is the No. 1 most-affordable college with a high four-year graduation rate, according to Best Choice Schools, a leading online resource for those deciding where to go to college. MORE>>

 
Nov. 22, 2014
Giving thanks can be a challenge
Gary Welton, professor of psychology at Grove City College, writes about the challenges in giving thanks. MORE>>




Nov. 17, 2014
The 20 Most Affordable Colleges with high four-year graduation rates
Grove City College is the number one most affordable college with a high four year graduation rate, according to Best Choice Schools, a leading online resource for those making the all-important decision about where to go to college. MORE>>





Nov. 6, 2014
Petraeus gives Pittsburgh an up-close look at U.S.-Middle East relationships
Retired four-star Gen. David Petraeus capped a day-long conference dedicated to growing business between the United States and the Middle East with an address on the quest for political stability in the Middle East and a public conversation with Grove City College President Paul McNulty. MORE>>



Nov. 4, 2014
Wait a sec, Congress actually cut spending?
Dr. Paul Kengor, professor of political science and director of The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College, published an op-ed article on how the rarity of Congress cutting spending. MORE>>

Oct. 30, 2014
Heart of Detroit: Scott Yanak ’12 (video)
Grove City College alumnus Scott Yanak ’12 was recently featured by Mitch Albom on his video series “The Heart of Detroit,” which “shares inspiring stories of metro Detroiters with heart and everyday people who step up to help make our community a better place to live.” MORE>>

Paul Kengor: Faculty you need to know
The Young America’s Foundation is highlighting some of the country’s top conservative professors. Paul Kengor, professor of political science at Grove City College and director of Grove City College’s Center for Vision & Values, was chosen as one of the individuals directly reaching today’s young people with the importance of free enterprise, individual freedom and limited government. (Interview starts on page 21.) MORE>>

Oct. 30, 2014
“Martin Luther King and the Berlin Wall”
Dr. Paul Kengor, professor of political science and director of The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College, published an op-ed article on Martin Luther King Jr.’s speeches at the Berlin Wall. MORE>>