PSU news by
Penn State's student blog



Chelsea Clinton To Visit State College On Wednesday

Chelsea Clinton, daughter of presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, will be in State College on Wednesday to speak on behalf of her mother’s campaign.

Neither Chelsea nor her mother are strangers to Penn State or State College. Both women made a stop in Happy Valley during Hillary’s 2008 presidential run and Hillary’s dad and brother both attended Penn State. And how can you mention a Clinton and Penn State without bringing up Bill’s famous two-flavor cone at the Creamery?

This will be Chelsea’s first public appearance since the Democratic National Convention in Philly. She’ll be heading to the State College Democratic Headquarters on Foster Ave. when she arrives around 4:45 p.m. The event will be a phone bank, which will take place from 4-6 p.m. You can RSVP here.

Clinton is expected to discuss voter registration, which is particularly important in college communities like Penn State.

Your ad blocker is on.

Please choose an option below.

Sign up for our e-mail newsletter:
Support quality journalism:
Purchase a Subscription!

About the Author

James Turchick

James is a senior majoring in digital and print journalism, James enjoys writing about anything weird and is deadly allergic to bees. Onward State people are very nice to him.


Other posts by James

Please Argue Somewhere Else: James Turchick’s Senior Column

“In the four years since I arrived at 502 Packer Hall with my roommate Mason and no clue what we were doing, I’ve become comfortable with where I think Penn State is heading.”

Penn State Student Artists Steel The Show Around Campus

Penn State Baseball Falls To West Virginia 3-2 In Extra Innings

Changes Introduced To Hazing Penalties Through ‘Tim’s Law’

Tim’s Law adds stricter penalties for hazing, as well as provides requirements for institutions and includes immunity for those who call for medical attention in hazing emergencies.

Penn State Fraternities’ CPR Training Is ‘First Step’ Toward Safer Greek Life

After 12 months, what began as an English 202 project is making Greek Life safer.

Send this to a friend