Author: Abby Zwillinger

I’m a Junior majoring in Labor Studies and Employment Relations. I have lived on Long Island my entire life, and think NYC is the greatest place in the world. Life is too short, so if you want a cupcake, have a cupcake.

IFC Votes for Florencio as Wendkos’ Successor

After about two hours of elections, the Interfraternity Council voted on four open positions for the 2010/2011 year.

Penn State [Dickinson] Law School Plays the Name Game

It’s no surprise that when you stamp something with “Penn State” you will get an automatic following: Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Penn State THON, Penn State Honey Mustard Dip, etc. However, some have come out expressing their dismay in Penn State Law School not always using the “Dickinson.”

Honor a Penn State Grad and Race Against Leukemia

Melissa Heydenreich was a Penn State graduate, who, after being diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia, passed away on New Years Day ’97. This Sunday, November 14t Moxie-THON is hosting the 13th Annual Melissa Heydenreich 10k/5K A Race Against Leukemia.

Hershey Medical Center Still a Stand-Out in Penn State System

The National Research Corporation recently announced that for the 12th consecutive year in a row, the Penn State Hershey Medical Center was awarded a Consumer Choice Award based on the company’s annual consumer-focused Ticker Study. Assessment is based on which hospitals in the country present the best overall quality and image.

Invention 2 Venture to Quench Your Entrepreneur Thirst

Entrepreneurship used to be  something you could only learn about in a classroom in Smeal. But this Saturday, November 13, Penn State is hosting the Invention to Venture. Like TedxPSU, I2V is encouraging students to think out of the box and take initiative with their ideas.

Enough With the Facebook Events Already

All eyes will be on Beaver Stadium this weekend as the Nittany Lions attempt to defeat Northwestern and give JoePa his 400th career win. If you’ve paid attention to your newsfeed lately, you’ve seen a few events popping up in an attempt to make this weekend more special. Here are some of the ones we found that you may or may not be attending.

Former Sweatshop Workers to Share Their Tales

Tonight, United Students Against Sweatshops is hosting Gina Cano and Maritza Vargas, two South American apparel workers, who will share their unique stories about their fight for fair labor practices.

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