Education

Providing a Helping Hand

Providing a Helping Hand

“Nothing in life is free.” Lakeyshia Crummel ’06 often heard this phrase from her single mother who worked three jobs to keep the family going. “One thing I never heard from my mom is that it’s OK to ask for help.” Crummel learned that lesson firsthand and today offers assistance to those who need it through her role as director of development at Brethren Housing Authority (BHA) in Harrisburg.

A Pet Project: Educating with Animals

A Pet Project: Educating with Animals

Krissie Newman ’00 isn’t the one on the racetrack—she leaves that to her NASCAR driver husband, Ryan. But her own venture, an animal welfare organization called Rescue Ranch, has her racing at 100 miles an hour.

The Educational Path Less Traveled

The Educational Path Less Traveled

Life is full of experiences, and Mark Knight has had his share. From serving in the military to traveling the world for business, Knight has led a life of adventure and learning. Now a nontraditional student pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at the John L. Grove College of Business, his diverse background is playing a key role in his educational experience.