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