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Day: November 11, 2009

PSMA Hosts ‘Jam For The Kids’, Not Many Jammers

Update 11/12 2:07 pm: The original version of this post incorrectly implied that the ‘Jam For The Kids’ was an official THON event. It was not. Rather, it was a benefit concert hosted by the Penn State Marketing Association to raise money for THON. We’ve updated the post accordingly. It actually disgusts me how students […]

Wanna Pay More Tuition Next Semester? Just Do Nothing

As it looks right now, students of Penn State are facing an ADDITIONAL tuition increase next semester. And for this, we can thank the Pennsylvania legislature, which has yet to pass legislation on casino table games that would generate revenue to cover appropriations, such as the funds that Penn State still has not received. Therefore, […]

Team Teaching at Penn State Abington

At Penn State Abington, you can get two teachers for the price of one. Mel Seeholtz, liberal critic of organized religion, and Bryan Polk, campus chaplain, have co-taught RL ST 140Y: “Religion in American Life and Thought” for the past two years. According to The Chronicle of Higher Education, these liberal/conservative counterparts have equally shared […]

PSN Flu Vaccine Report

So, after watching that, who’s going to get the flu shot?

Vote and You Shall Receive

What would you like for Christmas? Well, the Penn State Computer Store will pose as Santa Claus this December. All you need to do is let ’em know! Best of all, you could win a prize by casting a vote for your favorite “December Deals” on the store website! Not only will you get unbeatable prices on computer accessories […]

Penn State Now Military Friendly?

A very special Veterans Day Post: Penn State World Campus was just awarded the 2009 Ray Ehrensberger Award for Institutional Excellence in Military Education from the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE). The award was for Penn State’s appealing degree and Penn State’s commitment to allowing students to continue their education online, even […]

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