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UPUA Looking for New Members

The University Park Undergraduate Association is currently seeking a Secretary, Parliamentarian, At Large Representative, Off Campus Representative, and two Freshmen Representatives for the coming year. President Christian Ragland commented that the resignations that prompted these openings are “nothing new, [since] UPUA has open positions at the beginning of every year.” He continued that although it is unfortunate that people had to resign, these new spots will “hopefully open doors for interested and qualified people to become part of UPUA.”

If you’re interested in applying, contact Jess Pelliciotta at [email protected].

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