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Penn State Gym Schedules for Finals Week

The Penn State Aerobic and Fitness Classes released their Spring 2011 Finals Week Fitness Class Schedule for students with membership who would like to keep in shape after they study for their final exams starting Monday, May 2.

10 Questions with Homecoming’s Leah Matusow

From being a Family Relations Captain for THON 2011 to a member of Students Engaging Students and the Women’s Club Basketball team, has shown her dedication to Old State. As we celebrate Penn State’s first ever Homecoming Legacy Celebration, Onward State got a chance to talk with Matusow about Penn State Homecoming.

Pancake Dinner Benefits Children with Cerebral Palsy

The Penn State Rotaract Club, a club that provides four types of services: club, vocational, community and international is serving “all-you-can-eat” Pancake dinner at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Tuesday April 19th at 5pm for only $5. All proceeds benefit the Akaanksha Project

Relay for Life: Penn State Students Walk for a Cure

Relay for Life at Penn State is an overnight event providing 24 hours of live family entertainment which includes contest, children games, hair cutting and story sharing. Teams bring tents and “party with a purpose,” that purpose being beating cancer. The Relay begins on Friday at 5pm where teams of people camping out take turns taking countless laps celebrating, remembering, and fighting.

Penn State to Kick Off Blue-White Weekend April 15

Penn State’s most exciting weekend is finally here! Nothing says springtime like dusting off that George Foreman grill, defrosting the burgers and hot dogs and enjoying a fun filled Blue and White Weekend in Happy Valley kicking off Friday, April 15 with the carnival at 6 p.m.

Penn State College of Communication Career/Internship Event in HUB

Penn State’s College of Communications is having their 12th annual JobExpo.Comm Career/Internship Event at the HUB-Robeson Center's Alumni Hall. Doors open at 9 a.m. Friday.
There are more than 55 companies and organizations specifically recruiting College of Communications students for full-time opportunities, and many of them will be looking to fill internships.

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