Blue & White Society To Host ‘PSi(Heart)U Week’ Through April 14
The Penn State Blue & White Society’s 13th annual PSi(Heart)U Week kicked off on Monday and runs through Friday, April 14. After hosting three events, including an Old Main Open House on April 10, the Blue & White Society has several events planned for the rest of the week.
You can read on for a schedule of what the organization has planned for the rest of the week.
Tuesday, April 11
1:30-3:30 p.m. — The Blue & White Society’s philanthropy branch will host a card-making event in the HUB where participants can write messages to hospitalized children.
5 p.m. — The Blue & White Society will host a yoga and meditation session in the Hintz Family Alumni Center.
Wednesday, April 12
1-3 p.m. — Penn State Hillel and Black Caucus will hold their first-ever BWS Diversity Fair, an event featuring food, activities, and crafts. The fair will take place at the HUB.
Thursday, April 13
12-3 p.m. — The most popular event of the week, the HUB Carnival, will be held on the HUB Lawn Thursday afternoon. The festival will have inflatable attractions, food, and activities. Attendees can also network with the Penn State Alumni Council.
Friday, April 14
11 a.m.-5 p.m. — The Red Cross will collaborate with the Blue & White Society for a blood drive in HUB 132. Appointments are currently full for this event, but those interested can register if availability opens up.
The Blue & White Society was established to improve student life and recruit prospective students to the Penn State Alumni Association. For more information about PSi(Heart)U Week, visit the Blue & White Society’s website.
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