UPUA candidates should want their platforms to stand out. Eyad Saifaddin’s certainly does, but not for the usual reasons.
Saifaddin, one of 28 candidates running for 20 at-large seats in the 2014 UPUA elections, has relations with Israel atop his three-pronged platform. The bulletpoint on his platform reads:
The inaugural State of State Conference will take place this Sunday in Alumni Hall from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The student-run event will include 15 speakers--5 faculty members, 4 alumni, and 6 students--who will speak about issues facing Penn State that go along with the event's theme, "Past, Present, Progress."
After almost two weeks, bank accounts are beginning to feel the blow of 55 Days of Café, but it's possible to earn your place in Café history and your name on this year's plaque without decimating your life's savings
You don't need to be a member of PS4RS to respect Joe Paterno's legacy. Upward State, a group that is positioned as a positive alternative to PS4RS, announced a proposal yesterday to form a commission that would find ways to honor the former coach.
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