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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.

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.

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.

[Photo Story] State College Celebrates Pride With Car Caravan, After-Party

State College residents and community members busted out all-rainbow everything Saturday to take part in the borough’s first-ever “Pride Ride” car caravan.

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