Happy Monday! Read a COVID-19 health update, learn how an office manager is uplifting her division, and get to know a standout student. Have a great day!


COVID-19 health update

The large number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Northampton County underscores the importance of adhering to preventive strategies. For the remainder of the spring semester, the College has protocols in place for testing, isolating, and contact tracing for students and employees with confirmed or probable cases of the infection. Jeff Goldstein, director of health services, explains these in his latest message.


Little Pick-Me-Ups

Office manager Sheryl Riddlestorffer is uplifting her division in challenging times.

Stellar Scholarship

Savanna Touré ’21, a recipient of the Goldwater and Truman scholarships, is on track to a career in medicine and in biomedical research.

New Event

The Power of Gratitude

Join a facilitated discussion at 1 p.m. Friday that will explore how the practice of gratitude can help us cope when life is hard. Hosts will be Laura Syvertson and Melissa Garrison; register at least 15 minutes prior.



Maximize caloric burning, fat burning, and body toning with interval cardio and resistance training to an irresistible beat at 5 p.m. today.

Buddhist meditation

Grab a chair or sitting cushion and transition into evening with one, two or all three periods from 5:30 to 7 p.m. today.


Dance your stress away at 8:30 p.m. today. Bachata, a style of music originating in the Dominican Republic, will provide the soundtrack.

Yoga Tone

Get body and mind aligned at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday.

COVID-19 resources

Stay safe and be well.