Author Elissa Hill
The Student Fee Board will likely vote on CAPS funding within the Student Initiated Fee at its February meeting.
“At any moment, we have hundreds of volunteers placed throughout the building that each need to fulfill a unique responsibility, and that responsibility can change drastically in just an hour.”
“Each and every stakeholder of THON has a story – why they are involved, who they THON for, how they work to make a difference.”
Instead of canceling classes, Penn State sent out an alert message advising students to “use caution.” Senior Vice President for Finance and Business David Gray admits, “We missed on this one.”
UPUA President Terry Ford spent much of the fall semester discussing CAPS as a primary Student Fee Board project, so this agenda item comes as no surprise.
“Represent Penn State’s aspirational principles of diversity and inclusion in a permanent interpretive work without reinforcing stereotypes or excluding any underrepresented constituency.”
Any undergraduate or graduate student can apply to serve the two-year term as a voting member of the Board of Trustees.
Next time you’re ready to shower and you can’t find your loofah, goPuff can bring a pack of three to your doorstep for just $14.95 plus a $1.95 delivery fee.
“Through our work this year, we will be laying the groundwork for future THONs to be more sustainable in waste and in practices as well as more efficient and safe in all manners.”
The New York Jets will partner with THON for the first time ever to donate a portion of ticket proceeds from their December 17 game against the Miami Dolphins.
UPUA passed three pieces of legislation and said goodbye to members who won’t be returning for the spring semester. Also, welcome the return of the UPUA Outfit of The Week Competition.
W.O.R.D.S. will partner with APAC and SPA to host a slam poetry show focused on intersectionality tonight with guests Fong Tran and Andrea Gibson.
Penn State alumnus Keegan-Michael Key will appear as the guest picker on tomorrow’s Big Ten Championship edition of ESPN’s College GameDay.
After 90 years in business in State College, Harper’s will move down the street this spring to the former storefront location of Sercy.
The University Park Undergraduate Association met last night in 302 HUB to pass a remarkable six pieces of legislation, including amending the UPUA constitution with measures on representative accountability and supporting the university’s stance to protect undocumented students.
“If you don’t like the shirt colors when the logo drops, I’m the guy to blame.”
President Eric Barron released a statement Wednesday supporting DACA in light of a national conversation about sanctuary campuses and a student petition for Penn State’s administration to take action.
After a brief history of the duo’s value system backgrounds (Cattell is an Orthodox Christian, while Richards broadly considers himself an atheist.), the evening quickly dove into debate over a wide range of topics.
Penn Staters are in a frenzy coordinating the logistics of their travel to Indianapolis this weekend. Here’s what you need to think about to get there, stay there, tailgate, and enjoy the game.
President Barron announced at this afternoon’s Mental Health and Wellness Week event that his office will match the Student Fee Board’s contribution to CAPS, up to $400,000 this year and $500,000 next year.
The University Park Undergraduate Association will fund three buses to Indianapolis next weekend for students to travel to the Big Ten Championship Game as part of its Blue & White Brigade program.
Judge John Cleland, who has specially presided over the Jerry Sandusky case since its initial presentment in 2011, filed a court order this morning officially recusing himself from the case.
THON announced a new fundraising opportunity Wednesday partnering with Uber to credit $20,000 in donations to the top three organizations in a points contest.
“Nothing is better than handing a kid a piece of warm pizza and watching their eyes light up.”
Penn State’s three student governments hosted a Board of Trustees town hall event focused on diversity and inclusion featuring Trustees Valerie Detwiler, David Han, Pedro Rivera, Matthew Schuyler, Bill Oldsey, and student Trustee Allie Goldstein.
“It’s What I Do: A Photographer’s Life of Love and War” by Lynsey Addario discusses Addario’s passion for photography and how it formed other aspects of her life.