Alumni Association Governing Board Grows!
Last Friday, Penn State Live reported that the Penn State Alumni Association Governing Board has decided on a new board of thirteen members: 10 elected, 3 appointed. Of the elected members, there is an even 5-5 split between incumbents and newly-elected members. If you are not savvy on the general activities of the Alumni Association, you may be wondering, “what exactly is that Penn State Alumni Association that all of the kids talk about these days, and what do these new-fangled elected and appointed members do?”. Fortunately for you, Penn State Live described their purpose succinctly:
Alumni Council is an all-volunteer governing body that guides and directs policy for the Penn State Alumni Association. The council determines strategies and programs to be carried out by the Alumni Association staff and also is responsible for electing the Alumni Association president and vice president.
If that description left you asking “Okay, that’s nice, but that’s way to succinct! Where can I find out more???”, check out their official site.
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Students once approved a Wally Triplett statue that Penn State’s bureaucracy prevented from ever coming to fruition.
Rednor is current a junior and the president of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority.
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