Sometimes you just need to speak your mind. Today we bring you UPUA President Christian Ragland, who has written a letter to Scott Kresge, the landlord of Webster's Bookstore Café. Ragland writes of the store's importance to the students of Penn State.
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Sometimes you just need to speak your mind. Today we have Sean Goheen talking about his experience at Penn State's LeaderShape Institute, a national program that aims to help student leaders envision and pursue goals for their student organizations. More information about the program can be found here.
To most students, six days is normally the amount of time between the end of one weekend and the start of the next. For sixty Penn State students from three campuses, six days was so much more than that. From Sunday May 9th to Friday May 14th, several dozen of my fellow students and I attended Penn State’s session of the LeaderShape program.
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In this installment of State Speaks, Carter Satterfield and Samantha Miller explain their reasoning for staging a proposal at the end of their final campus tour together. One of their friends was on the tour and recorded a video of the proposal and posted it on YouTube. The video gained great amounts of traffic on the site, when Penn State's official Facebook profile linked to it. Deciding that the video might result in negative feelings, they removed the video from the site. It has since returned and is up for your viewing pleasure. This is their story.
In this installment of State Speaks, we bring you Robert Tomaro, who spent last summer in Washington, D.C. working for the federal government. This past year, he served as a Federal Student Service Ambassador. This is his story.
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