“Delaware County Community College is a public institution that believes in and encourages free speech, whether we agree with that speech or not.”
Richard M. Conforto, Ph.D., a licensed psychologist and clinical director at Springfield Psychological, spoke to almost 30 students in Room 4255 on Marple campus, April 11. The workshop, “Coping with Anxiety,” focused on anxiety disorders and their complications, while providing insights on how to manage their anxiety.
The Multicultural Talent Show welcomed 25 different acts celebrating many races, ethnicities, and ages inside the Large Auditorium on Marple Campus April 24.
Theophile Tembe, a science for health profession major, was born in Cameroon and has lived in the United States for two years. Tembe maintains a 3.74 grade point average while working part time as a chemistry tutor at DCCC and full time for the Pennsylvania Agency of Nurses as a home health aide.
Bob Pescatore, son of the late Harry Pescatore, who owned and operated Sharon Hill Lanes, owns and operates Macdade Bowl of Holmes, Pa. Along with his wife, Anne, and four daughters, Pescatore said he has been committed to creating a safe and fun environment for his customers of all ages and sporting ability over many years.
After reading the book and watching the Netflix original series adaptation, Marple campus Career and Counseling Center staff member Chris Doyle developed “Confronting Rape Culture: 13 Reasons Why,” a workshop exploring the “pervasiveness of rape culture” within the show.
It’s no secret that being a college student can be challenging. Sitting in a classroom for more than an hour, focusing on what the teacher is saying, all the while taking notes, not to mention having to study those notes for hours on end to retain the information.