IFC President Dean Vetere says student leaders weren’t included in the conversation on what appropriate measures the university would take to reform Greek life.
Author Elissa Hill
Even if recruitment resumes for the spring 2018 semester, Greek life will have missed out on a full year of welcoming new members.
Elections Commissioner Eric Love clarified concerns about financial support from organizations like Turning Point USA and Skull & Bones were not necessarily brought up by the opposing candidates, but rather by candidates running in the UPUA election as a whole.
“In order to keep his memory alive, we are raising money to build a memorial for him at his home away from home: the golf course.”
There was no actual fire in the building, but the motor failure created smoke and caused an oily smell inside the building.
As UPUA Chief Justice Elections Commissioner Eric Love explained, the tickets both agreed to tackle the hard questions during the debate, not just the typical “Why did you come to Penn State?” variety. When Love said the hard questions, it was no understatement.
“It took a while for everything to really sink in and start feeling real, but I know how incredibly fortunate I am to have this opportunity to be involved as a student for another year.”
The group’s unique folk/punk style and crowd of supporters set Zach Wade & The Good Grief apart from competitors in Alumni Hall.
After two days of deliberation, a jury found Graham Spanier guilty on one count of child endangerment, and not guilty on two counts of conspiracy charges related to the Sandusky scandal.
This endorsement is especially coveted, as it allows Jordan and Shockley to campaign at Penn State’s fraternity houses until election day.
UPUA did not endorse any candidates for Borough Council seats Tuesday night. Actually, UPUA hasn’t endorsed any candidates for Borough Council at all, and most likely won’t. BugPAC =/= UPUA.
Horne and Ford introduced the movement and explained the importance of reclaiming State College for student interests, as students represent 70 percent of the Borough Council’s constituency but are essentially ignored by much of the current Borough Council.
Frustrated with the current local government’s disregard for student interests, student government leaders Terry Ford and Kevin Horne created the BugPAC campaign to, in their words, “reclaim State College” for students.
Under an indemnification (read: payment for loss) provision in Penn State’s bylaws, trustees Ted Brown, Barbara Doran, Bob Jubelirer, Anthony Lubrano, Ryan McCombie, Bill Oldsey, and Alice Pope are entitled to compensation for legal costs they incurred in lawsuits that ultimately allowed them to gain access to Freeh report source documents.
UPUA passed seven pieces of legislation last night, including a resolution asking the State College Borough Council to allow upward expansion in the west end of downtown.
To receive student fee funding, Athletics must present a proposal to the Student Fee Board to request a specific amount of funding for these two facilities. The Board could then vote yes, change the amount, or vote no on the entire proposal.
Tim Curley and Gary Schultz pleaded guilty to child endangerment charges. They could testify against former Penn State President Graham Spanier, who is still scheduled to begin trial next week.
Although the full plan spans 20 years, athletics highlighted a number of priorities for the first five years.
The program is not for profit and it’s open to requests from anyone — small businesses, individuals, or other organizations.