- published: 26 Sep 2016
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The Freedom Paradox supports the students of Allentown School District during their protest on 9/24/15. We were on scene to ensure the student's right to peaceful protest was respected by police & filmed promises that students will not be arrested for participating. The official walk out will be the week of 9/28/15 through 10/2/15. Students are directed to leave at 7am (after 2nd period) & march to the MLK statue for a real education taught by college professors 11am-2:45pm. Lunch will be provided. Read more at Thefreedomparadox.org
http://glamourdaze.com/ From the archive vaults of Prelinger, comes another gem from Crest Cedar College in Pennsylvania 1954. A rare glimpse into college fashions of the 1950s . Cedar Crest College is a private liberal arts women's college in Allentown, Pennsylvania
Thanks to everybody who helped make this possible! Follow me: https://www.instagram.com/therealmattsolnick/ Filming: Corey Mullins Joe Caracappa David Ossa Zach Schur (Go Pro) Matt Solnick Editing: Matt Solnick Edited on Adobe Premiere Pro CC Filmed with: -Canon 70D -iPhone 5s -Canon T5i -Go Pro Hero 3 Music: Can't Stop Won't Stop - "Scrape the Sky" Filmed at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA.
Welcome to 2840 College Drive. This beautiful West End European Colonial features four large bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. There’s original Moravian tile in the foyer and original hardwood floors throughout. The exterior and interior are freshly painted with neutral colors. This home also features a living room with a fireplace and a modern kitchen. A new screened porch has been added to enjoy the peaceful back yard with mature trees and perennial beds. There are spacious room sizes, and closets galore. Economical gas heat and central A/C provide year-round comfort. Located near Cedar Crest and Muhlenberg Colleges, a short walk to Cedar Beach Park and the Rose Gardens. This home is also close to Downtown Allentown PPL Center and restaurants, as well as new shopping malls, Dorney P...
Bringing students together one table at a time