Feel like the impending snow will cramp your weekend plans? Take a short walk over the the Palmer Museum of Art to check out its American Naturalistic photography exhibit. The museum has photos from the turn of the 19th century by the father of Naturalistic photography, Peter Henry Emerson, as well by Pennsylvania natives such […]
I’m sure Penn would take offense. It’s a common mistake though. We’ve posted about the confusion before, right here. Anyway, I hope he applies to the right school.
All Tony Danza jokes aside, the Bryce Jordan Center has announced an upcoming visit from Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will be making a stop at Penn State’s Bryce Jordan Center on Friday, May 8, in support of their new album, “Working on a Dream,” released […]
There’s been a lot of talk lately around campus about Penn State expenditures. This got some of us thinking about how much money the University invests in its second greatest asset (other than us, the students, of course): its faculty. Thanks to the Pennsylvania Joint Government Commission, this query can be answered. The report sensually […]
Ben Skalina at the Collegian just broke that Graham Spanier, in a Faculty Senate meeting this afternoon, significantly changed his tack in approaching the economic crisis. Penn State President Graham Spanier introduced the possibility of laying off “select positions” at Tuesday’s University Faculty Senate meeting. While he emphasized that budget savings would mostly come from […]
What: Drop in to see what SES is all about and learn about opportunities and programs provided by the Office of Student Activities. SES representatives will be available to talk about our workshop, presentation, and consultation services which we offer to organizations who are looking to develop themselves and to students wishing to engage in […]