Day: March 17, 2016

Students Travel Abroad With Spring Break-Embedded Courses

Students were able to travel abroad to places like Costa Rica and Cuba last week for their courses with embedded travel programs.

Tim Frazier Shines In Pelicans Debut

Tim Frazier put up 14 points, nine assists, three rebounds, and one steal in his New Orleans Pelicans debut against the Sacramento Kings.

UPUA Funds All Kinds Of Things In 10th Assembly’s Penultimate Meeting

The University Park Undergraduate Association solidified plans for a finals-week airport shuttle and voted in support of a smoke-free campus in its weekly meeting.

ESPN Labels Penn State A 10-Seed In Hypothetical Football Bracket

10-seed Penn State and 7-seed Utah would be a fun first-round matchup.

Innovation Park To Host Forum For U.S. Senate Candidates

Innovation Park will host a forum for democratic hopefuls for Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate seat on April 9, . The forum is sponsored by WPSU and the McCourtney Institute for Democracy.

Pa. House Approves Penn State Funding, Wolf Pledges Veto

The university is now one step closer to getting its state appropriation, after a 137-51 vote in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to approve a $225 million general appropriation reached the 2/3 majority required for approval on Wednesday afternoon. Governor Wolf has threatened a veto.

UPUA Votes In Support Of Smoke-Free Campus

The University Park Undergraduate Association took an official stance last night in support of a smoke-free campus following an extensive report, significant discussion and a 34-4 vote.

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