Category: Penn State
Financial literacy is an issue that UPUA has always tried to tackle in various ways, most notably with the establishment of the Student Financial Education Center. Now, our student government is looking deeper into the problem and is hoping to finish out the semester with a report on why Penn State is ranked so poorly and how students use the Office of Student Aid.
Dr. David Puts a mixes humor, science and sex in his Anthropology 216, Sex and Evolution course. And the course is more intellectual and scientifically proven lessons than “don’t have sex because you will get pregnant and you will die.”
Today, due to gridlock in Harrisburg, the four state-related universities in Pennsylvania face the prospect of receiving zero dollars in allocations this year, a $600 million shortfall. The past several years have seen meager state funding, and our universities have adapted by cutting costs where possible, but that is no longer feasible.
The Center for Safe Sport was recently created to tackle the issue of protecting America’s athletes. Penn State will be represented on the inaugural board by chief ethics and compliance officer Regis Becker.
The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 1 in Harrisburg’s Forum Auditorium, and is hosted by President Eric Barron.
Lara Spencer, Joel Myers, Jesse Arnelle, Kathleen Harris, John Leone, George Santiago, Jr., Richard Silverman, and Thomas Ulmer received the Distinguished Alumni Award, the university’s highest honor.