‘1-4-3 Day’ Will Celebrate Mister Rogers’ Message of Love

The number 143 meant a lot to Fred Rogers, and not just because it’s the weight he maintained his entire adult life. It was one of many ways he said “I love you.” Representing the one letter in “I,” four in “love” and three in “you,” the number was a shorthand reminder of compassion. [q_button type='normal_button' size='medium' text='Read More' icon_pack='font_awesome' fa_icon=''...

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Gov. Wolf to Honor Fred Rogers with ‘143 Day’ in Pennsylvania

If you don’t already know why the number 143 was so significant to Fred Rogers, then May 23 will be your day to learn. To get you up to speed, the beloved children’s show host loved the number because it was a sort of code for “I love you” — with one letter in “I,” four in “love,” and three...

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Fred Rogers-Harvard Partnership Focuses on Adult-Child Interactions

The Fred Rogers Center at Saint Vincent College is working with Harvard College’s Graduate School of Education to promote adult-child relationships in early learning. The new three-year collaboration continues a partnership between Dana Winters, assistant professor of child and family studies at Saint Vincent, and Junlei Li, former co-director of the Fred Rogers Center. Li now is the Saul Zaentz...

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Saint Vincent College’s Fred Rogers Center Announces Collaboration with Harvard Graduate School of Education

LATROBE, PA – The Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media at Saint Vincent College and the Saul Zaentz Early Education Initiative at Harvard College’s Graduate School of Education have announced a three-year collaboration focused on extending and deepening their work together in the service of ensuring that all children have high-quality early- learning experiences. The lead initiative of...

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Love Thy Neighbor

“Stronger Than Hate” became a rallying cry to unify Pittsburgh in the aftermath of devastating tragedy. Nevertheless, divisions persist in western Pennsylvania just as they do in communities throughout America. Our own Dr. Dana Winters was featured on WTAE-TV Pittsburgh in a segment entitled "Love Thy Neighbor." See how the Simple Interactions approach encourages connections, and hear Dr. Winters' own...

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Fred Rogers Doc Set for Free Screening at Saint Vincent

A free screening of the acclaimed Fred Rogers documentary, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor,” is set for March 25 on the Saint Vincent College campus in Unity. The public is invited to view the film at 6 p.m. in the Fred M. Rogers Center. The center houses the archive of the iconic children’s television host from Latrobe and supports development...

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Fred Rogers Scholars to Host Documentary Screening

LATROBE, PA – In honor of Fred Rogers’ birthday month, the Fred Rogers Scholars program at Saint Vincent College will host a screening of the documentary film “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” at 6 p.m. on Monday, March 25, in the Fred M. Rogers Center. The screening is a capstone to a weeklong campus celebration entitled “Fred Forever,” which is...

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Celebrate Fred Rogers’ Birthday

When spring officially arrives on March 20, there will be yet another cause for celebration. It would have been the 91st birthday of Fred Rogers, the late Latrobe native and children’s television icon, and the perfect time to explore his life and legacy at area stops along The Fred Rogers Trail. Saint Vincent College One stop that shouldn’t be missed is the Fred Rogers Center...

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New Partnership to Serve Bereaved Children and Families is Announced

Latrobe, PA – The Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media, Excela Health and Seton Hill University will commemorate a new partnership to serve bereaved children and their families in Westmoreland County. On November 13, 2018, beginning at 11:30 AM in the Fred M. Rogers Building, the partners will host a press conference to unveil the brochure “When...

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Pittsburgh Synagogue Attack Took Place In Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

The mass shooting that killed 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue over the weekend took place in the city's Squirrel Hill neighborhood, where Fred Rogers lived while making his children's show, "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood." Rogers grew up in the Pittsburgh suburb of Latrobe, Pennsylvania, and moved to Squirrel Hill when he got married. He enjoyed the community's diversity, says Roberta Schomburg,...

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