To quote some wise philosophers, it’s a long way to the top if you want to rock and roll.
Some students at the Lehigh Valley Charter HS for the Arts found out just how long, with an intro to the music biz devoid of theory and steeped in reality.
Partnering with ArtsQuest’s Musikfest Marketing program, the youngsters became modern-day Phil Grahams, tasked with booking four acts for a concert block at Musikfest Aug. 4.
Northampton Community College
Several Bethlehem area residents graduated on May 23, 2019, from Northampton Community College at the spring Commencement ceremony.
Grade: Graduated senior
Family members: My family consists of my mom, Seema, and my dad, Mayur, as well as my older sister Pryanka and my older brother Saajan.
Favorite subject: My favorite subjects are science and math, specifically biology and calculus. I love learning about the various structures and processes that occur within organisms, as well as the vast information regarding the human genome, DNA and hereditary traits. Further, I love the abstract concepts behind calculus, how both infinity and zero are never really attainable.
A patchwork of ballet, modern dance, and tap styles came together May 3 and 4 at the Lehigh Valley Charter HS for the Arts. According to concert director Kimberly Maniscalco, “Our ‘Quilt’ was not only created to please the eye and soul, but for its own practical purpose; to serve as a training ground for our young dance students.” Assisting was guest choreographer Randall Anthony Smith, an assistant professor of dance at Muhlenberg College.
Casey N. Piacentini, of Bethlehem, graduated Magna Cum Laude and earned a bachelor of science in health science degree from Boston University in May.
Cailyn Breski, of Bethlehem, earned a degree from Drew University at the 2019 commencement.
Several area residents were awarded their undergraduate degrees from Muhlenberg College during Commencement on May 19.
Grade: Graduated senior
Family members: Faith Franges (mother), Tim Franges Jr. (father), Zachary Franges, brother
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 by ? ? in School
The Bridges Foundation was established to provide deserving students of the Bethlehem Area Vocational-Technical School the ability and financial support to fulfill career aspirations. The foundation provides support towards post-secondary education, the acquisition of tools and/or equipment and lastly to attend specialized training related to students career pathway. The selection for the students is determined by identifying multiple characteristics believe to be necessary for students to meet a successful post-high school experiences.
Two Bethlehem residents graduated recently from Albright College. Paul Mason Leiby earned a bachelor of science degree in organizational behavior/applied psychology, summa cum laude. He is a graduate of Albright’s School of Professional Studies. Dominic Vincenzo Marfisi earned a bachelor of science degree in business administration: finance and marketing, cum laude.
Jessica Cogill, a Bethlehem resident, earned a bachelor of science in nursing degree in Nursing at Alvernia University. She completed her studies at the main campus.