Lawrence Moskowski, 31, of Verona, N.J., was arrested April 26 for allegedly driving under the influence, fleeing or attempting to elude police, speeding, reckless driving, careless driving and stop sign violations in the 600 block of State Avenue, according to Emmaus police. He was transported to Lehigh County DUI Center and processed.
Hailee Amber Brown, 21, of Emmaus was arrested for alleged criminal trespass and unauthorized use of a vehicle May 2, according to Emmaus police.
EAST STROUDSBURG UNIVERSITY
Marisa Palencar, of Alburtis; Nicholas Croft and Brianna Greenawalt, both of Macungie, are among students inducted into the Psi Chi International Honor Society in psychology in recent ceremonies.
PENN STATE UNIVERSITY
Jenna Reid and Jacqueline Tran, both of Allentown and Jess Fenstermaker, of Emmaus, are among students initiated into the Phi Kappa Phi honor society in recent ceremonies.
Area students are among those who received degrees in recent commencement ceremonies including: Abigail Creighton, of Allentown, who earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre studies: acting and Andrew Ferguson, of Macungie, who earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in theatre and performance.
LEHIGH U NIVERSITY
Ryan Paradise, of Macungie, received the Contribution to Student Life Award at the recent Student Life Leadership Awards ceremony.
SAINT FRANCIS UNIVERSITY
Shannon McGinnis, of Macungie, is among students named to the fall 2018 dean’s list.
WDIY radio station 88.1 FM is holding a summer youth media program 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays June 4 through July 30 at the WDIY studios, 301 Broadway, Bethlehem.
The free classes are open to Lehigh Valley high school students. Space is limited. The application deadline is May 24.
For an application and information, visit www.wdiy.org and click on youth programs on right hand side of the page.
Emmaus High School student Sabian Rapoport’s name was spelled incorrectly in the Junior Prom photos in the May 15, 2019, edition of the East Penn Press.
In the photos of the Senior Ball in the May 8 edition of The Press, two students’ names were mispelled – Brandon Haring and Rachel Bachmann.
The Press regrets these errors.