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The Penn State Medieval Garden aims to show visitors a slice of ancient life, and the plants in the garden originate as far back as the fifth century.
Laverne Cox spoke at Eisenhower Auditorium Thursday about her journey as a trans woman of color.
Parks Miller will investigate these potential violations in response to defense attorneys who anonymously spoke to The Philadelphia Inquirer earlier this week and one of the same attorneys who she says described police evidence in an interview on local television the next day.
UPUA confirmed a new director of communications, held internal elections, and passed three pieces of legislation at this week’s meeting, including funding for coffee during finals week.
Earlier this week, the Creamery left us a hint about what the new flavor could be. We were shocked to find out the ice cream does indeed include bananas — or at least banana flavoring. It’s unclear at this point.
15 musicians from State College will take part in a music marathon called “The Groove Room” 8 a.m. on Saturday, April 8 at Happy Valley Launchbox.
The Philadelphia Inquirer says defense attorneys and “other sources who have spoken with the students” confirm members of the fraternity say they initially went to help Piazza when he fell.
The UPAC policy handbook must be overhauled to account for the recent changes in the overall student fee allocation structure.
The sustainability club Eco Action will host Eco Palooza — an Earth Day celebration and an afternoon full of sustainability education.
“Ultimately, Local Foods Night is not about what the Student Farm Club can teach people. It’s about how much excitement we can generate in our fellow students to go out and learn themselves.”
A free Go Go Gadjet concert, a petting zoo, and a carnival highlight this year’s PS I (heart) U week.
The Paterno Family Beaver Stadium Run has been helping athletes compete in the Special Olympics for eight years, and on April 23, it will continue the tradition.
Sisters On The Runway will host its third annual Benefit Fashion Show April 25 at 7 p.m. in Alumni Hall.
Identity Evropa is actively working to obtain permits to set up tables on campus and is even interested in eventually becoming an officially recognized student organization.
UPUA’s 12th Assembly met for the second time last night to approve its budget for the 2017-2018 term and create a new sub-committee on outreach to connect UPUA with other student organizations.
A lifetime love of magazines, a semester abroad in Madrid, and a desire to learn and grow at Penn State helped Lyndsay Green create a vision for her own magazine, her very own “beauty atlas.”
Well-known SOC 119 professor Sam Richards will debate the Willard Preacher next week to benefit the Haiti Project.
Sisters on the Runway aims to raise awareness about domestic violence, and membership continues to grow each year. Though still a newer organization on campus, the organization has already impacted more people than the members ever expected.
“It is time to stop trying to save reputations and repeating the same failed approaches, because that will not make Penn State a better and safer place. It is time to address these problems head on, together,” the letter reads.