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Andrew Woodman

Andrew Woodman or "Andy" as his friends don't call him is a senior majoring in Political Science and Business hailing from the enchanting land of DELCO. When he isn't reporting on stimulating UPUA meetings Andrew can be found at Canyon Wings the best wing place in State College. Forward all correspondence to his myspace account @woodrowwW97


Penn State Libraries, Additional Buildings Offer Extended Hours, Host Destress Fest

Penn State libraries began operating on extended hours on December 8 in anticipation for finals week.


Penn State Mechanical Engineering Awarded $3.3 Million Grant To Research Turbines

The federal government's latest investment in Penn State research is yet another sign of the school's prominence in the field of mechanical engineering.


Penn State Recognized For Faculty Promotion Reforms

In a recent article published by The Chronicle of Higher Education, Penn State was highlighted for its recent restructuring of the rewards and classification system for non-tenure, full-fixed tenure teaching faculty. The article mentions the university in September won the Delphi Award when it was recognized by the Pullias Center for Higher Education at the […]


UPUA Votes To Denounce ‘The Censored’ Event And Its Speakers

This week's deliberations focused on the debate and passage of a resolution to denounce the rhetoric of last week's controversial YouTubers Carl Benjamin and Hunter Avallone hosted by Turning Point USA (TPUSA).

Greek Life

Chi Phi Fraternity House Vandalized Over Weekend

The Chi Phi fraternity house was vandalized in the middle of the night between Sunday and Monday when an unknown passerby threw a brick through the front door side window of the chapter house.

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UPUA Changes Parliamentary Procedure, Approves PSU Votes Election Day Event Funding

In the ninth meeting of the 14th Assembly, the University Park Undergraduate Association Assembly convened in 233B HUB to discuss and pass five pieces of legislation.

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