The college student from Lititz showed off his college campus at a new streaming show. Watch this video | Entertainment

Pennsylvanianewstoday.com by Richard Patterson | September 10, 2021

If Anthony Lago, a sophomore at Delaware Valley University, decides to change her major from small animal science, he should consider public relations.

Rago of Rititz will appear as part of “The College Tour”. This is Amazon Prime’s 30-minute program that allows you to see inside the university campus directly with your student account.

The episode of “College Tour” hosted by Alex Boylan, the former winner of the reality show “The Amazing Race,” focuses on Delaware Valley University, a private university with about 2,000 students in Doylestown, Bucks County. I’m guessing. This episode features several students who share the excitement of college experiential learning programs, sports teams, and clubs.

During Lago’s energetic segment starting at the 25:30 mark in the video, he-literally-Delaware Valley University-or flips over to Delval as colloquially known.

Rago begins by sharing how he developed his passion for working with animals after being inspired by the late zookeeper and television personality Steve Irwin. His passion for caring for animals is evident, as the entire video shows that he deals with several different species of wildlife. And in the video, Lago states that what drew him to college was immediate access to direct experiential learning.

The Department of Small Animal Science also provides him with future travel opportunities around the university, such as a trip to Australia in collaboration with local veterinarians and wildlife and a trip to Indonesia in collaboration with aquatic wildlife, a future specialty. It also mentions the excitement of.

Lago also mentions his involvement with the Students’ Union and his dedication to leadership. A student treasurer and president’s class in 2023, the school’s involvement in leadership development helped shape his own leadership style and ability to inspire others.

 

Delaware Valley University hosts red-carpet premiere, student viewing party for ‘The College Tour’

BucksLocalNews.com | September 1, 2021

Tricia Kessler

DOYLESTOWN >> On Friday, Aug. 27 Delaware Valley University held a red-carpet premiere and student viewing party for a new episode of “The College Tour,” a national television series featuring colleges and universities around the world. DelVal is highlighted in a full episode of the new show.

The event included a red carpet, searchlights, food trucks, popcorn, music, and the students who appear in the show. Students gathered around a big screen on the quad to watch the episode. Alex Boylan, the host of the series, gave an introduction and shared his career journey with students.

“Time can’t be stopped, time can’t be bought, and time spent being unhappy or not following your passion and your purpose is time you will never get back,” Boylan told DelVal students at the event. “You all attend an amazing university that focuses on experiences, use those experiences. You have a faculty that celebrates and supports you. You have an amazing place here to flourish. Whatever you do, where ever you end up in life, whether it’s halfway around the globe or right down the street, just do it with everything you’ve got, and set the world on fire. That will help you live an extraordinary life.”

The episode of “The College Tour” featuring DelVal includes interviews with 10 students about their DelVal experiences. The series is designed to allow viewers to virtually tour campuses from their homes. The featured students posed on the red carpet and enjoyed the episode with Boylan and the DelVal community.

“What a fun night of being celebrated and supported,” said Christine Lambert ’22, a conservation and wildlife management major, from Macungie, Pennsylvania, who is featured in the episode. “Thank you, to everyone who has watched my segment on ‘The College Tour’ TV Show.”

The DelVal episode of “The College Tour” can be streamed on Amazon Prime and other streaming services. The full episode is also available at delval.edu/TheCollegeTour.

 

Delaware Valley University Hosts a Red-Carpet Premiere and Student Viewing Party for ‘The College Tour’

DelVal.Edu| August 31, 2021

The College Tour
Credit: Delaware Valley University. Students watch the episode of “The College Tour” featuring Delaware Valley University.

The University community gathered on the Quad on Aug. 27 to celebrate an episode of a new national TV show featuring DelVal.

On Friday, Aug. 27, Delaware Valley University held a red-carpet premiere and student viewing party for a new episode of “The College Tour,” a national television series featuring colleges and universities around the world. DelVal is highlighted in a full episode of the new show. The event included a red carpet, searchlights, food trucks, popcorn, music, and the students who appear in the show. Students gathered around a big screen on the quad to watch the episode. Alex Boylan, the host of the series, gave an introduction and shared his career journey with students.

“Time can’t be stopped, time can’t be bought, and time spent being unhappy or not following your passion and your purpose is time you will never get back,” Boylan told DelVal students at the event. “You all attend an amazing university that focuses on experiences, use those experiences. You have a faculty that celebrates and supports you. You have an amazing place here to flourish. Whatever you do, where ever you end up in life, whether it’s halfway around the globe or right down the street, just do it with everything you’ve got, and set the world on fire. That will help you live an extraordinary life.”

The episode of “The College Tour” featuring DelVal includes interviews with 10 students about their DelVal experiences. The series is designed to allow viewers to virtually tour campuses from their homes. The featured students posed on the red carpet and enjoyed the episode with Boylan and the DelVal community.

“What a fun night of being celebrated and supported,” said Christine Lambert ’22, a conservation and wildlife management major, from Macungie, Pennsylvania, who is featured in the episode. “Thank you, to everyone who has watched my segment on ‘The College Tour’ TV Show.”

The DelVal episode of “The College Tour” can be streamed on Amazon Prime and other streaming services. The full episode is also available at delval.edu/TheCollegeTour.

The College Tour
Credit: Delaware Valley University. Darian Poles ’21 is interviewed by Susan Smith from Doylestown Boro Buzz on the red carpet.
Poles, an agribusiness major, is featured in the Delaware Valley University episode of “The College Tour.”

 

TV series created to virtually tour college campuses screened at Delaware Valley University

The series, The College Tour, allows students considering higher education to tour college campuses — such as Delaware Valley University’s — remotely.

Andrew Colba, Aldianews.Com | August 30, 2021

The College Tour is offering a new way for prospective students to tour universities. Photo: Delaware Valley University

Delaware Valley University hosted an event on Friday, Aug. 27, screening the new television series, The College Tour

The series aims to virtually tour various college campuses, allowing students considering higher education the chance to visit colleges remotely. Delaware Valley University is one of the colleges visited on The College Tour.

The host of The College Tour, Alex Boylan, spoke with AL DÍA and elaborated on how the show came to be:

“My niece, about a year and a half ago, couldn’t figure out where to go to college… not long after that, COVID hit, and shut the whole world down… Her college search was dramatically affected… That’s how The College Tour was born,” Boylan told AL DÍA.

“The show was designed for prospective students… anywhere from [grade school] age up to 40-50-years-old… people going back to school.”

Episodes run from 30-minutes to an hour in length, and provide a virtual look at the lives of each university’s students through interviews with 10 individual students. The series is expected to have 47 episodes filmed by the holidays. 

Each episode highlights the individual university’s specialties and characteristics. In the case of Delaware Valley University, the college’s biology, zoology, and agricultural programs were put in the spotlight.

Salus University in Elkins Park, another college in Pennsylvania, is also featured in the series. 

In order of appearance, other campuses visited in the show thus far are: 

Fort Lewis College, Florida Tech, Arizona State University, East Tennessee State University, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and University of Connecticut.

Delaware Valley University’s episode underscored the university’s unique programs not often found at many schools, such as its hands-on agriculture programs. 

In the episode, agribusiness major Darian Poles elaborated on the opportunities Delaware Valley offered him in the field, and how he ultimately landed an impactful internship at Deseret Ranch in Florida:

“As an African-American male in the Ag industry, there’s not too many of us on the Northeastern side of the country… While I was in Florida, I met another Black cowboy. This was the first time of my life that I worked with someone who looked like me and shared the same dream,” said Poles.

Each of the 10 students interviewed for the episode detailed their experiences with the school, and how their choice contributed to their education. 

The students featured in Delaware Valley University’s episode are: 

Secondary education major Jamie Specca, agribusiness major Poles, biology major Parker Kilkenny, counseling psychology major Sarah Young, crop science major Wyatt Hoffman. 

These students led the first half of the episode, while the second half featured interviews from:

Small animal science major Juliet Campbell, biology major Kai Allen, conservation and wildlife management major Christine Lambert, small animal science major Anthony Rago, and business MBA student Zuzanna Pankowska.

The College Tour can be streamed on IMDbTV, Amazon, and GoogleTV. The series can also be streamed through XBOX and PlayStation’s streaming applications.

 

Plymouth Meeting’s Kai Allen to appear on The College Tour show

MoreThanCurve| July 27, 2021

Plymouth Meeting |July 27th, 2021 | By Kevin Tierney

The College Tour, a television program hosted by The Amazing Race winner Alex Boylan will include an episode about Delaware Valley University in Doylestown. The show’s episodes focus on a single college and tell its story through the viewpoint of students.

One of the students featured on the episode about Delaware Valley University is Kai Allen, who grew up in Plymouth Meeting and graduated from Plymouth Whitemarsh High School. Allen is a freshman and is majoring in biology with a zoology specialization.

The show will formally debut on August 30th on Amazon Prime, but you can watch the Delaware Valley University episode below.

Photo: Screengrab from The College Tour video

 

Delaware Valley University Featured in National TV Series

DelVal.Edu | July 21, 2021

The College Tour and DelVal
Credit: Delaware Valley University. Host Alex Boylan introducing the episode about Delaware Valley University.
The full episode of “The College Tour” is available online now and coming to streaming services on Aug. 30.

The University is highlighted in an episode of “The College Tour,” which is hosted by Alex Boylan, of “The Amazing Race.”

Delaware Valley University, in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, is featured in an episode of “The College Tour,” a new, national TV series. The 30-minute episode featuring DelVal is out now and, will be screened at upcoming events during the academic year. Viewers can watch the full episode on DelVal’s website now. The episode will be coming to streaming services like Amazon and GoogleTV on Aug. 30.

Hosted by Alex Boylan, winner of “The Amazing Race,” the series tells the stories of colleges and universities around the world. Each episode focuses on a single college or university and covers campus life, academics, housing, sports, activities, and much more.

“The episode really captures the student experience at Delaware Valley University,” said DelVal Interim President Dr. Benjamin Rusiloski. “This year, we’re celebrating 125 years of experiential learning. Through our award-winning Experience360 Program, 100 percent of our undergraduate students gain relevant, real-world experiences before graduation. E360 is so much more than a typical internship program. This episode really shows the kinds of experiences our students are participating in and, what makes a DelVal education so powerful.”

Emmy-nominated and award-winning TV producers visited the DelVal campus in April 2021 to film 10 students who shared their stories about what it’s truly like to be an Aggie.

“As a student at this school you won’t just be in a lecture hall, you’ll be out in the field that you choose to study,” said Kai Allen ’24, a biology major who is featured in the episode.

Featured in the episode (in order of appearance) are:

  • Jamie Specca ’22, a secondary education major, from Bordentown, New Jersey
  • Darian Poles ’21, an agribusiness major, from Hume, Virginia
  • Parker Kilkenny ’24, a biology major, from Doylestown, Pennsylvania
  • Sarah Young ’21, a counseling psychology major, from Walnutport, Pennsylvania
  • Wyatt Hoffman ’22, a crop science major, from Dover, Pennsylvania
  • Juliet Campbell ’22, a small animal science major, from Parsippany, New Jersey
  • Kai Allen ’24, a biology major, from Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania
  • Christine Lambert ’22, a conservation and wildlife management major, from Macungie, Pennsylvania
  • Anthony Rago ’23, a small animal science major, from Lititz, Pennsylvania
  • Zuzanna Pankowska ’21, ’22 (MBA), a business 4 +1 MBA student, from Cracow, Poland.

How to Watch the Episode:
The episode of the TV series, “The College Tour,” featuring Delaware Valley University is out now! Viewers can watch the full episode now on DelVal’s website at www.delval.edu/thecollegetour. “The College Tour” will also begin streaming on Amazon, IMDbTV, GoogleTV, PlayStation and XBOX and more on Aug. 30.

 

Delaware Valley University to Be Featured in ‘The College Tour,’ an Amazon Prime TV Series

DelVal.edu| April 19, 2021

Credit: Delaware Valley University. “The College Tour,” an Amazon Prime TV series, hosted by Alex Boylan of the reality show “The Amazing Race,” is filming an episode about Delaware Valley University.

Filming for the episode, which will tell DelVal’s story through student interviews, will take place April 19 through 23.

Emmy-nominated and award-winning TV producers will be visiting Delaware Valley University, in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, to talk with students about what makes DelVal special. The University will be featured in an episode of “The College Tour,” which will air on Amazon Prime. Filming will take place April 19 through April 23 on campus and at Doylestown’s Fonthill.

Hosted by Alex Boylan, from the reality show “The Amazing Race,” the series tells the story of colleges and universities around the world. Each episode focuses on a single college or university and covers campus life, academics, housing, sports, activities, and much more. The show is designed to give prospective students an inside look at what it’s truly like being a student at the featured college or university.

“We’re looking forward to showing off our campus and giving our students a chance to share why they chose DelVal,” said Kathy Payne, vice president for enrollment management.
“Our students will be sharing some of the amazing real-world experiences they have been able to have because of DelVal. Our experiential education program, Experience360, gets students out of the classroom and working in their fields before graduation. We’ll be hearing about those experiences as well as what day-to-day life is like for a DelVal student.”

“DelVal is celebrating 125 years of being a leader in experiential learning this year,” said Kathy Howell, associate vice president for marketing and communications. “There’s no better time to show off what DelVal has to offer to a national audience. This is an opportunity to share the DelVal story with people who might not be able to visit campus.”

Students are looking forward to being a part of the episode.

THE COLLEGE TOUR: Delaware Valley University to be featured in Amazon Prime TV Series

BucksLocalNews.Com | April 19, 2021

Delaware Valley University in Doylestown. (photo by Tricia Kessler)

DOYLESTOWN >> Emmy-nominated and award-winning TV producers will be visiting Delaware Valley University, in Bucks County, to talk with students about what makes DelVal special.

The University will be featured in an episode of “The College Tour,” which will air on Amazon Prime. Filming will take place April 19 through April 23 on campus and at Doylestown’s Fonthill.

Hosted by Alex Boylan, from the reality show “The Amazing Race,” the series tells the story of colleges and universities around the world. Each episode focuses on a single college or university and covers campus life, academics, housing, sports, activities, and much more. The show is designed to give prospective students an inside look at what it’s truly like being a student at the featured college or university.-

“We’re looking forward to showing off our campus and giving our students a chance to share why they chose DelVal,” said Kathy Payne, vice president for enrollment management. “Our students will be sharing some of the amazing real-world experiences they have been able to have because of DelVal. Our experiential education program, Experience360, gets students out of the classroom and working in their fields before graduation. We’ll be hearing about those experiences as well as what day-to-day life is like for a DelVal student.”

“DelVal is celebrating 125 years of being a leader in experiential learning this year,” said Kathy Howell, associate vice president for marketing and communications. “There’s no better time to show off what DelVal has to offer to a national audience. This is an opportunity to share the DelVal story with people who might not be able to visit campus.”

Students are looking forward to being a part of the episode.

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