Day: March 26, 2015

Blue Sapphire Rachel Reiss To Compete In World Competition

Blue Band featured twirler Rachel Reiss is competing in the National Baton Twirling Association's World competition next Thursday in Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy.

Journalist Kimberly Dozier Shares Harrowing Story With Students

Kimberly Dozier, a former CBS News correspondent and current The Daily Beast contributor, spoke on campus Wednesday as part of the Foster-Foreman Conference of Distinguished Writers. The General Omar N. Bradley Chair in Strategic Leadership at Penn State Law, Dozier shared her experiences reporting on the Iraq War with students and faculty in attendance.

UPUA Presidential Candidate Spotlight: Emily McDonald

Emily McDonald wasn't always set on Penn State. But ever since she set foot on campus in 2012, McDonald, a junior majoring in economics and international politics, has been heavily involved.

Thespians To Present ‘Spamalot’ For Spring Performance

The Penn State Thespians will present the popular musical comedy Spamalot as their annual spring performance on March 26, 27, 28 at Schwab Auditorium.

Penn State Baseball Benefits From Villanova Errors, Wins 5-2

After losing 13 of its first 14 games on a grueling road stretch to open its season, Penn State baseball has won three of its four since returning home. With four games at Medlar Field under its belt, the team is starting to gain an identity: one that scores runs with the top of its lineup and is extremely reliant on its bullpen.

TIAA-CREF CEO Roger Ferguson To Meet With Students, Administrators Next Week

Roger Ferguson Jr., the TIAA-CREF president/CEO and former vice chairman of the Board of Governors of the U.S. Federal Reserve System, will meet with students and faculty on March 31 to discuss a host of issues.

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