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Mullen/Dooley To Discuss Platform At Open Forum

Do you have any questions for incoming UPUA president and vice president Katelyn Mullen and Brenden Dooley and want to get a clearer picture of the candidates’ platform? If so, come to Alumni Hall in the HUB tonight at 7 PM to ask your last-minute questions before Mullen and Dooley take office.

The event will be hosted by our very own Dave Cole and Daily Collegian Editor-in-Chief Casey McDermott and will provide an in-depth analysis of the Mullen/Dooley platform.

It may be easy to say at times that UPUA doesn’t represent student’s as well as it should, but this forum is a fantastic way to gain an understanding of both Mullen and Dooley’s executive ticket platform (which can be found here). Plus, you have no excuse to complain about UPUA if you don’t let UPUA know what you would like to see them accomplish going forward.

It’s always a good idea to know who’ll be representing you as a student, so get to the HUB tonight, grab some Panda Express (or whatever people actually get at the HUB), and let Mullen and Dooley know what YOU would like to see accomplished for the 8th Assembly. Plus, what else could you have going on Monday night?

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Greg Schlosser

Greg is a senior majoring in energy engineering at Penn State. He is a big fan of Pittsburgh sports and sandwiches with coleslaw and french fries. You can email him at [email protected] or find him at the Phyrst drunkenly requesting the band to play "One Headlight."


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