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Vincent Corso, Town&Gown

Vincent Corso is writer for Town&Gown and the Centre County Gazette.

Articles by Vincent Corso, Town&Gown

Walk-in Crisis Center Aims to Be a Place of Hope Walk-in Crisis Center Aims to Be a Place of Hope
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Vincent Corso, Town&Gown
One of the first things a visitor notices on the wall of the Centre County Walk-in Crisis Center is a quilt-like banner from a Centre County Out of the Darkness Walk. The banner was made by people who had lost someone close to them because of suicide. [Read More]
New Walk-in Crisis Center aims to be a place of hope New Walk-in Crisis Center aims to be a place of hope
3 weeks ago - Town and gown
One of the first things a visitor notices on the wall of the Centre County Walk-in Crisis Center is a quilt-like banner from a Centre County Out of the Darkness Walk. The banner was made by people who had lost someone close to them because of suicide. Each square offers a message of hope to whoever [Read More]
The new State College branch of the NAACP looks to give more voice to people of color The new State College branch of the NAACP looks to give more voice to people of color
3 weeks ago - Town and gown
A Juneteenth celebration was held June 19 in the Borough of State College, commemorating the emancipation of the last remaining enslaved African Americans in 1865. While these celebrations are common elsewhere in the country, this was the first such event in State College. The ceremony, put [Read More]
Springing Into Action: Faced with a fast-evolving public health emergency, Mount Nittany Health has taken the challenge head-on Springing Into Action: Faced with a fast-evolving public health emergency, Mount Nittany Health has taken the challenge head-on
7 weeks ago - Town and gown
The last five months have felt like well more than year for Dr. Nirmal Joshi, chief medical officer for Mount Nittany Health. From the long hours put in by doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals, to the constant barrage of new information about a novel coronavirus and the many new [Read More]
Adventure Centre: As More People Look to the Outdoors for Entertainment, New Initiatives Enhance Area’s Standing as Recreation Hub Adventure Centre: As More People Look to the Outdoors for Entertainment, New Initiatives Enhance Area’s Standing as Recreation Hub
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Vincent Corso, Town&Gown
When longtime road cyclist and outdoor recreation enthusiast Josh Stapleton started mountain biking with his two children, he quickly realized that while there is a wonderful, extensive trail system in nearby Rothrock State Forest, there weren’t many places for beginners to learn the sport. [Read More]
Adventure Centre: As more people look to the outdoors for entertainment, new initiatives are enhancing the area’s standing as a recreation hub Adventure Centre: As more people look to the outdoors for entertainment, new initiatives are enhancing the area’s standing as a recreation hub
12 weeks ago - Town and gown
When longtime road cyclist and outdoor recreation enthusiast Josh Stapleton started mountain biking with his two children, he quickly realized that while there is a wonderful, extensive trail system in nearby Rothrock State Forest, there weren’t many places for beginners to learn the [Read More]
Dairy, Livestock Farmers in Central PA Are Navigating an Uncertain Spring Dairy, Livestock Farmers in Central PA Are Navigating an Uncertain Spring
15 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Vincent Corso, Town&Gown
Spring is typically a high-volume time for dairy farmers in the region. As the weather warms up, operators of small farms are able to get their cows out to pasture more often, and because of the higher-quality feed and natural cycle of cattle, cows make more milk in the spring. This made the sudden [Read More]
Dairy, livestock farmers in central PA are navigating an uncertain spring Dairy, livestock farmers in central PA are navigating an uncertain spring
16 weeks ago - Town and gown
Spring is typically a high-volume time for dairy farmers in the region. As the weather warms up, operators of small farms are able to get their cows out to pasture more often, and because of the higher-quality feed and natural cycle of cattle, cows make more milk in the spring. This made the sudden [Read More]
Help Me! I Want a Green Thumb Help Me! I Want a Green Thumb
25 weeks ago - Town and gown
We have lots of flowers around my house and, honestly, I don’t really understand them. Every spring, my partner, Becky, spends a lot of time planting pot after pot of flowers that she places all around our front and back porches and yard. This is on top of the multiple flower beds and [Read More]
Still Rolling Strong: Entering 10th Year, State College Area Roller Derby a Source of Empowerment for Women of Varied Backgrounds Still Rolling Strong: Entering 10th Year, State College Area Roller Derby a Source of Empowerment for Women of Varied Backgrounds
28 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Vincent Corso, Town&Gown
They come together on roller skates; professors and students, bartenders and businesswomen, moms and daughters. Some are taller, or faster, than others. Some have been doing this for years; others are just picking it up. But one thing is for sure: They all are strong, and they are even stronger when [Read More]
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