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State College, Penn State To Celebrate Juneteenth With Slate Of Events

Juneteenth was named a national holiday Thursday, becoming the first occasion to receive the honor since Martin Luther King Jr. Day was made a federal holiday back in 1983.

Penn State

Black Faculty Discuss Racism, Discrimination At Penn State In Washington Post Feature

Interviewed faculty members pointed toward low representation and systemic obstacles as the biggest hurdles the university faces as a broader "racial reckoning" spreads through higher education.


State College’s COVID-19 Ordinance Officially Rescinded

Nearly one year after its introduction, State College's COVID-19 emergency ordinance is no longer in effect, according to the borough.


Penn State Alums Featured On ‘America’s Got Talent’

We all know Penn Staters have got talent, folks. But one Nittany Lion proved that once again during his audition for "America's Got Talent."

Student Life

Penn State Housing Assignments Set To Drop July 20

Fall move-in will officially begin on Monday, August 16, before classes start on August 23.


Own A Piece Of Rathskeller History Through Planned Auction

Select pieces of the former restaurant's memorabilia will be auctioned off from 2 to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 17, at State College's RE Farm Cafe.

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