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This year’s Beaver Stadium Run will take place on Sunday, April 23 at 11 a.m. The annual event raises money for Special Olympics Pennsylvania. Participants can choose between a 5k run or 2 mile walk.
Grab your passports, and get ready for a tour of France, Penn State style! Penn State Campus Residential Dining invites students and staff to board flight for a tour of France!
Penn State Campus Residential Dining, along with the National Onion Association, invites students to participate in a special lunch and dinner event that will have a blooming selection of various onion-based dishes. The specialties will be served at all five campus dining halls on Tuesday, April 4.
With more than 2 million students taking the SAT and ACT tests every year, competition to get into the best colleges and universities is higher than ever. The best way to help your child prepare for the big test is to hire a professional from Tutor Doctor State College.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to participate in March Madness? Do you think you have what it takes to be the number one seed in a shoot off tournament? Then Penn State Campus Residential Dining’s March Madness event is the place for you!
Lights, camera, ACTION! You are all cordially invited to be the spotlight of the night at our first special themed dinner of the spring semester: our Red Carpet dinner. All dining commons will be transformed from your typical college dining hall to a glamorous Hollywood themed venue on Wednesday, February 22.
Penn State Campus Residential Dining is ready to ignite hope within as THON weekend approaches February 17 -19.
Penn State Campus Residential Dining, along with the National Pork Board and the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, invites all Penn State students to participate in two very special lunch and dinners with one-of-a-kind pork and seafood options.
LionTutors is offering $10 off Exam 1 Reviews at penn.liontutors.com/offers. LionTutors has a proud tradition of helping Penn State students earn the grades they want. Through offering exam and weekly reviews, practice tests, study guides, and private tutoring, LionTutors has every resource to boost students’ grades.
Discern PSU is an organization dedicated to helping students consider their beliefs and values when interacting with their current or future careers. The program reaches out to the Penn State community to help those understand how they can use their faith-given abilities in their work.
Campus Residential Dining will hold a hiring fair for all full-time students at the Private Dining Room at East Food District on Thursday, Jan. 26 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
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After a sold-out performance last year, alumni from the Penn State School of Theatre return to State College for “We Are… ON BROADWAY!,” a one-night-only concert presented by School of Theatre alumni Mike Karns, Robert Schneider, and Carolyn Quinn.
Penn State Women’s Ice Hockey Club senior defenseman Cassie Dunne has been selected for the U.S. National University Team’s World University Games Evaluation Camp, running December 28-31.
Penn State Campus Residential Dining will hold its annual holiday-themed dinner, this time with an Italian theme, on Dec. 7, 2016 at each of its dining locations on campus.
Leading up to and on Giving Tuesday, the Penn State Alumni Association will be encouraging members and donors to participate in the FastStart Challenge: Empowering First-Year Penn State Students. FastStart is an impactful mentoring program that supports first-year Penn State students from underrepresented backgrounds.
The Mix, located on the main floor of Pollock Commons, will remain open during fall break. Penn State Campus Residential Dining recognizes that many students will stay on campus during the break, therefore we strive to provide the most convenient dining options during this holiday season.
UNIVERSITY PARK – Penn State Campus Residential Dining, along with the National Peanut Board, invites all Penn State students to participate in a special lunch and dinner that will have one-of-a-kind peanut inspired options. The specialities will be served at all five campus dining halls on Tuesday, November 1, 2016.
The Penn State School of Theatre, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, and the College of Arts and Architecture, in collaboration with EVERY 28 HOURS PLAYS National Theater Project, presents Every 28 Hours, a collection of 75 one-minute plays.
The Makery, a light, bright art studio located at 209 W. Calder Way, specializes in creative classes, parties, and events. Recently, The Makery also instituted “Open Studio” hours — time for students and community members to use this unique workspace and its supplies.
Rachael Smalfus, President of special interest org AXIS, stated, “LionTutors is offering its students a great opportunity to help fundraise for THON while supplementing their education at Penn State. Everyone taking advantage of the great resources of LionTutors should get involved in this friendly competition for the kids!”