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Rendell “considering” a proposal from UPUA

3076939803_ea49927c8eUPUA sent Rendell a letter asking him to speak here on March 4th (or as you might know it, UPUA’s Tuition Awareness Day).

Here’s the Collegian’s story about Rendell and UPUA’s offer. It was published on 2/17.

I hope he’s responded to the request by now. There’s a Rendell quote from January that I think is relevant here:

“But nobody in Pennsylvania is counting on it yet. We know better.”

We’ll ask around. Rendell owes it not only to us, but also to everyone at Lincoln, Pitt, and Temple.

[The story has also been picked up by the wire service of college newspapers– UWire]

[Photo courtesy of the Center for American Progress.]

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