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Turnersville's Amanda Buirch accepted for enrollment for the Fall 2018 quarter

DAVENPORT, IA (10/25/2018)-- Amanda Buirch of Turnersville, NJ., has been accepted for enrollment in the Fall 2018 quarter in the Doctor of Chiropractic degree program at Palmer College of Chiropractic's Florida campus, Port Orange, Fla., on Oct. 2, 2018.

Palmer College of Chiropractic is the founding college of the chiropractic profession, and is known as TheTrusted Leader in Chiropractic Education. It was founded in 1897 in Davenport, Iowa, by D.D. Palmer, the discoverer of chiropractic. More than 2,100 students attend Palmer College campuses in Davenport, Iowa; Port Orange, Fla.; and San Jose, Calif. Palmer's nearly 30,000 practicing alumni comprise almost half of the doctors of chiropractic in the United States.

Warren is Peer Tutor at Hamilton College Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning Center

CLINTON, NY (10/25/2018)-- John Warren, of Medford Lakes (08055), is serving as a peer tutor in Hamilton's Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning Center (QSR) this year. The mission of the QSR Center is to support students in the development of their academic skills, and to foster collaborative learning and intellectual growth.

Warren, a senior majoring in economics, is a graduate of Shawnee High School.

Tutors are students who have been recommended by the departments for which they tutor. They have taken the courses they tutor and have been trained in tutoring techniques and interpersonal relations.

The QSR Center offers drop-in peer tutoring in introductory level courses containing a mathematics/quantitative component. Students may come to the center to work on homework, to work with a tutor, to review specific topics, or to use the resources of the computer lab and library.

Originally founded in 1793 as the Hamilton-Oneida Academy, Hamilton College offers an open curriculum that gives students the freedom to shape their own liberal arts education within a research- and writing-intensive framework. Hamilton enrolls 1,850 students from 49 states and 49 countries. Additional information about the college can be found at

Collingswood Sr. High School Graduate Helps Raise Funds for Susquehanna University

SELINSGROVE, PA (10/25/2018)-- Ashlee Garcia of Oaklyn, N.J., is helping to gain key support for Susquehanna University through its student calling program.

For more than 20 years, the Susquehanna student calling program has raised critical funds for the university. Currently, 25 students participate in the program. The students contact parents and alumni to encourage them to support the university by making a donation. Funds raised are used to support scholarships, laboratory equipment, research, athletics, the library and the arts, among other endeavors.

In addition to contacting parents and alumni, Garcia's responsibilities include updating the contact database and informing supporters of what is happening on campus.

Garcia is a biomedical sciences major in the Class of 2022. A 2018 graduate of Collingswood Sr. High School, she is the daughter of Ms. Stephanie White.

Susquehanna University is a selective, residential liberal arts college that provides a solid background in the liberal arts and sciences, as well as professional experiences. Students develop critical thinking, writing, teamwork and communication skills which, combined with internships and research opportunities, prepare them for a lifetime of personal and professional success. The university is recognized nationally for its commitment to off-campus study through the Global Opportunities program. Small classes enable faculty members to serve as mentors, as well as teachers. Ninety-eight percent of Susquehanna students are employed or in graduate or professional school within six months of graduation.