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June 25, 1986 | By Nicole Brodeur, Special to The Inquirer
It was uncommon for him to remain as long as he did, surmised Harmon Pierce, who, for seven years, has served as president of Burlington County College. On June 11, Pierce announced that he was resigning to take a position as chief executive officer of Pennsylvania State University's Hazleton campus in Luzerne County. "It is unusual for someone to stay 10 years in a presidency," said Pierce, 52. "Looking back on it, I had opportunities to make a change in the past, but this one was different.
NEWS
April 2, 1986 | By GENE SEYMOUR, Daily News Staff Writer
Temple University president Peter J. Liacouras said yesterday he favors a "controlled" introduction of liquor to the campus but wants to keep the five blocks of N. Broad Street near the school "liquor-free. " Liacouras told members of the Temple board of trustees that he would agree to one of four proposals made last month by a committee of students and administrators studying whether to end the 102-year-old tradition prohibiting liquor on the North Philadelphia campus. He said the present policy should be "restated" to allow school officials to "explore" the possibility of putting a restaurant serving beer and wine within campus boundaries.
NEWS
February 6, 1986 | By GENE SEYMOUR, Daily News Staff Writer
Black students at Drexel University are rallying in support of a popular administrator who was among 24 non-faculty staff fired last month in a cost- cutting move. The students are angered because they regarded Denauvo M. Robinson, former special programs director for Drexel's Division of Student Affairs, as the only high-ranking staff member able adequately to meet the needs of Drexel's minority student population. "He was always there to field our questions and hear our concerns," said George Hanson, spokesman for Drexel's Black Student Union.
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