To identify the Best Colleges in Pennsylvania for 2020, College Consensus combined the latest results from the most respected college ranking systems with thousands of real student reviews to produce a unique consensus rating for each school. According to College Consensus founder Jeremy Alder, “Similar to what Rotten Tomatoes does for movies, College Consensus gathers the publisher rankings and student reviews from around the web and distills the results into simple, easy-to-understand scores so students can quickly and easily compare schools. It is the ranking of all rankings, so to speak.” Learn more about the College Consensus rankings methodology at
Muhlenberg College/Morning Call Pennsylvania Presidential Election Survey: August 2020
In a new Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion election poll, voters in this swing state were surveyed about their choice for president in the upcoming election.
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In the latest Muhlenberg College Institute of Public Opinion election poll, done in conjunction with the Morning Call, former Vice President Joe Biden holds a narrow 4 point lead over President Donald Trump among likely Pennsylvania voters.
Voters were also surveyed about the President’s handling of the COVID-19
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Leaders of Pennsylvania’s state Senate Republican majority are asking Republicans in Congress to delay the certification of the Electoral College, the latest effort by Republicans to undo Democratic President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the battleground state over President Donald Trump.
The letter, dated Monday, was signed by state Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman, state Senate Majority Leader Kim Ward and 19 other Republican state senators.
A copy of the letter was tweeted late Tuesday night by Trump, announcing it as “BIG NEWS IN PENNSYLVANIA!”
Trump has enlisted dozens of Republicans to challenge the Electoral College
Pennsylvania College of Technology at Wellsboro celebrates their 2020 graduation | Free Press-Courier
WELLSBORO — The Pennsylvania College of Technology campus here celebrated the graduation of 18 students from the practical nursing program on Thursday, Aug. 27. The graduates are now eligible to take the NCLEX exam for licensure as a Licensed Practical Nurse.
Few people were able to attend the ceremony due to limitations from COVID-19, but the team from Penn College made it possible for students to share the moment with friends and family through sharing an online stream on Zoom.
Graduate Melissa Metcalf said that community members stood on the sidewalk while the ceremony was in progress and cheered the