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Penn State To Kick Off Its First University-Wide Startup Week

After five years of putting on IST Startup Week, Penn State decided to expand the entrepreneurship to be a week long university-wide event.

White ‘Identitarian’ Group Identity Evropa Considers Seeking Student Org Recognition

Identity Evropa is actively working to obtain permits to set up tables on campus and is even interested in eventually becoming an officially recognized student organization.

Florida State University’s Graduate Assistants United Calls ‘Foul’ on President Barron’s Unionization Claims

Florida State University’s Graduate Assistants United issued a statement in response to president Eric Barron’s statements on unionization on the part of Penn State graduate students.

[PHOTOS] Penn State Relay For Life Raises $80,172.45

At all times during the 24-hour event (Yes, even in the middle of the night!), each team must have a participant on the track — because cancer never sleeps.

Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board Host Conference Call With Penn State Attorneys Over Graduate Employee Unionization

“Penn State plans on doubling down on their argument that graduate employees are NOT employees — they plan to challenge the Temple ruling,” CGE Chief Media Officer Kyler Sherman-Wilkins said.

CGE Considers President Barron’s Statement On Unionization To Be ‘Empirically False’ And ‘Misinformation’

After ignoring the Coalition of Graduate Employees’ request for a meeting, President Barron released a statement against the union.

Concerns About Elephant Welfare Prompt Penn State To Review Animal Event Policies

Students who attended report the elephant was confined to a makeshift pen with no access to water (Elephants typically drink over 60 gallons of water per day.) and was fed marshmallows, doughnuts, and fruit.