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Asian/Pacific American Caucus Hosts 21st Annual “Asian Spotlight”

For the past 21 years, the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community at Penn State has celebrated Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month through an annual showcase. This showcase includes performances from various students groups across Penn State's campus with dancing, singing, and other cultural acts.

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Bar Tour Madness, From a Server’s Perspective

If I based my faith in humanity off of what I see in a weekend serving at Pickle's, it would be almost nonexistent. Every action has a reaction, and to think that your days of acting like a complete fool at the bars aren't hurting anyone is pure ignorance.

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Penn State Student Entrepreneurs Introduce Twist-To-TightenTM Watch Bands

You can see VorTic’s prototypes at The Learning Factory Showcase Event on Thursday May 1st from 1:00pm – 3:30pm at the Bryce Jordan Center. This event is open to the public and will showcase over 200 projects completed this semester by students in Penn State’s College of Engineering.

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Competent Composting at Penn State

Penn State has a tremendous composting infrastructure, so to encourage its use; I asked people to pledge to compost at least one item on Earth Day.

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Penn State Students Recognized for Taking an Ethical Stand

For Zachary Brubaker, taking a stand means uniting the blind and sighted to promote respect and equality for workers with disabilities. For Maggie Cardin, taking a stand means working to educate emerging teachers to recognize and prevent depression and suicide in students.

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State Patty’s Day: On Life Support?

SPD is still a serious issue for our community, but signs are pointing to it's days being numbered.

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