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Penn State And Temple Collaborate In New It’s On Us Video To Premier At Beaver Stadium

Despite the rivalry between the Penn State and Temple (especially with the football game this Saturday), UPUA teamed up with Temple to fight the battle becoming a war on sexual assault in an It’s On Us video that will air Saturday on the big screens in Beaver Stadium as part of Stand for State Action Week.

Penn State Student Affairs released the video on YouTube Tuesday featuring Penn State and Temple student leaders (we’re looking at you, Terry Ford), Penn State President Eric Barron, Temple President Richard Englert, and other administrators from both schools like Penn State Athletic Director Sandy Barbour.

The video highlights statistics of sexual assault on college campuses and explains why other schools should stand with Penn State and Temple in confronting this important issue.

The Ford-Jordan platform for UPUA includes a focus on expanding the Stand for State and It’s On Us programs at Penn State, and this video provides an opportunity for UPUA to promote the It’s On Us campaign during Stand for State Action week in front of the large and influential crowd at Beaver Stadium during this week’s Stripe Out game.


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