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A lot has changed over the last 76 years at Penn State.
The largest dues-paying alumni association in the country has vowed to give $1.5 million to aid students over the next five years.
President Eric Barron announced today the official formation of a task force that will explore making Penn State a smoke-free and tobacco-free university. The task force is President Barron’s third since taking office in 2014, preceded by the Sexual Assault and Greek Life task forces.
The Student Fee Board will likely vote on CAPS funding within the Student Initiated Fee at its February meeting.
The first session of this new program will take place on Tuesday, January 17 at 4 p.m. in the Student Health Center Room 520. This session is about strategizing for a successful semester.
Have a business or project that you need funding for? Penn State’s “Let’s Grow State” might have the solution for you.
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.”