August 7, 2019
Kutztown University junior Vanessa Maybruck has been awarded the 2019 Delta Alpha Pi International Honor Society (DAPi) for Individuals with Disabilities scholarship. Valued at $2000, the scholarship rewards an active member of DAPi who has attended at least 80 percent of the chapter meetings, held office in the organization, organized or assisted with at least one event sponsored by the chapter, or served as a mentor to another student with a disability. Despite heavy competition and several strong candidates this year, Maybruck attained the highest score. For more information about KU’s DAPi IOTA chapter, please visit their website.
Low pressure coming out of the Great Lakes will drag a cold front through the region. The morning looks fairly quiet but look for thunderstorm activity to increase by the afternoon and evening. Some storms could produce heavy rain and strong winds. High temperature in the mid-80s. Winds south at 5-9 mph. Rainfall between 0.25-0.5" with higher amounts where storms occur.
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