Have you spent a summer day at Penn State? This video takes you inside the "Spend a Summer Day" event that shows prospective students, what we are all about here at University Park. http://ow.ly/Q82MJ
The exhibit "Journey to Inclusion: Voting Rights in America," on display through July 6, 2016, includes historical posters, postcards and information including hundreds of book titles on voting rights topics available from Penn State's University Libraries.http://ow.ly/PQKM4
"The loss of a body part can be traumatic and life altering, but it is not their identity and does not define them.” Penn State Abington student using art and design to help #mastectomy survivors. http://ow.ly/PQIJE
Susan Stanton, a core member of the Penn State Abington community of artists, works fitting women in various stages of breast cancer treatment and recovery with custom prostheses. She finds it a fulfilling way to expand her art practice while helping women heal.
From his teenage days heavily influenced by Pittsburgh’s WAMO, described by historians as the nation’s “flagship of black radio,” to work on award-winning collaborations, Jerry Zolten has defined participation in elevating American roots music to its deserving level of recognition. In his words, “the music takes me to times, places and sensibilities I would never experience directly.”