Office of Community Relations Launches Neighbor Night

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Over 40 Scranton residents gathered in the Rose Room of Brennan Hall on October 26 for "Neighbor Night" - an event designed to inform the University's neighbors, particularly in the Hill Section and downtown, about programs, resources and events open to the community. The evening also allowed residents to meet University staff and leaders in Community Relations, Student Affairs and University Police as well as ask questions and engage in discussion.

Watch for notices about future Neighbor Night events and click here for a flyer on University offerings for the community.  View more photos on the University's flickr site.      

Neighbor Night Neighborhood and University leaders

Pictured here from left to right: Gerry Zaboski, Vice President for Alumni and Public Relations, The University of Scranton; Julie Schumacher Cohen, Director of Community Relations, The University of Scranton; Andrew Mackie with daughter Michele Snyder, Hill Neighborhood Association President and representative; Karin Foster, West Scranton Hyde Park Neighborhood Watch President; and Jill Murrin, Elm Street/South Side Revitalization Project Manager, United Neighborhood Centers of Northeast Pennsylvania.