“Osaze’s death shocked and hurt our small community; it left us reeling. We are still grieving his loss and awaiting meaningful reform."
However cliché the commencement speeches become, however many pictures you're forced to pose for in front of the Lion Shrine, it all offers a sense of closure to a formative stage of life.
Penn State will return an estimated $40 million to students in prorating housing and meal plan refunds, Eric Barron announced during a Board of Trustees meeting Thursday.
"There will be a lot of questions about a tuition refund," Barron said. "But our position on that is not to refund the tuition, there are a number of reasons for that."
The State College Borough Council met Monday evening to discuss an agenda dominated by coronavirus-related items.
"We are strictly following directions from the CDC, other Federal agencies, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania."
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