Author Emily Davis
Penn State students films will be showcased and compete for recognition in the Blue and White Film Festival at 7 p.m. on April 24 at the State Theater.
We talked to Executive Director Jeremy Book, who shared with us the ins and outs of Movin’ On 2016, including how they choose the best artists to represent the student body.
The College Town Film Festival returns to State College this week, and with it, 18 independently produced films. The festival prides itself on showing documentaries, short films, and full length features that showcase the best up-and-coming talents.
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.”
The Center for Women Students offers RAD self-defense classes among other resources to help the female student body population.
We went after some of THON’s most energetic spectators and asked them what their favorite line dance move was. They rocked it.
The crowd sings along to the best rock and roll throwbacks, contemporary folk rock and a little added funk.
Financial literacy manager Daad Rizk will host free seminars to help students with FAFSA, financial organization, money management, and loans.
Penn State offers modern education with the cross-listed Women’s Studies and English course, Women Writers — which is uncommonly taught by a male professor, Michael Anesko.
Here are some of the most eager, eligible potential roomies from the 11,500+ members of the Penn State University Class of 2020 public page.
Penn State Biomass research is making moves to reach new markets for shrub willow as a renewable resource. The project sold shrub willow chips to construction companies for use, and the researchers involved are excited for future opportunities in the biomass energy production.