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Release Date: May 24 2019

Award-winning potter and political activist Roberto Lugo began his art career on the streets, and now he’s taking his work to the streets of Rome. Lugo, a 2014 M.F.A. alumnus of the Penn State School of Visual Arts, is a 2019–20 winner...

Release Date: May 23 2019

State College youth in the Roots of Life performing arts ensemble joined with members of the Foxdale Village chorus for a unique intergenerational performance on Saturday, May 11. Titled “Imagine: Songs of Hope and Peace,” the...

Release Date: May 23 2019

The Big Ten Academic Alliance's Academic Leadership Program will include six new Fellows from Penn State in 2019-20, including Mallika Bose, interim associate dean for research, creative activity and graduate studies and associate professor of...

Release Date: May 20 2019

During the spring semester, an interdisciplinary group of students embarked on a weekend educational trip to Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida for a behind-the-scenes look at the iconic cultural destination. The result was a...

Release Date: May 17 2019

The 3rd annual Fore the Blue Band Golf Tournament will be held Saturday, June 22, at the Penn State Golf Courses. Fore the Blue Band raises funds for the Penn State Marching Blue Band’s Legacy Fund.   The Blue Band Legacy Fund was...

Release Date: May 16 2019

Penn State landscape architecture student Anjelyque Easley has been selected as the undergraduate 2019 Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) National Olmsted Scholar. She is the first Penn State student to receive the recognition, which comes...

Release Date: May 16 2019

When the Phase 3 results of  NASA’s 3D-Printed Mars Habitat Challenge were revealed in Peoria, Illinois, in early May, Penn State fell just short of besting its friendly rival AI SpaceFactory. But in the process, the team engineered a...

Release Date: May 13 2019

Penn State School of Music graduate student Jiwon Ha, a pianist from South Korea, recently won third prize at the Seventh New York International Artists Competition, which included participants from the United States, Australia, Canada, Japan, China...

Release Date: May 10 2019

Anna Graef, a junior pursuing a BFA in art with a focus in ceramics, has been named as a recipient of the 2019 Rodney A. Erickson Discovery Grant for her work with a traditional Japanese ceramic glaze technique. The grant program, named in honor of...

Release Date: May 10 2019

Just a few months after Katie Pack graduated from the Penn State School of Visual Arts’ BFA program with a focus in ceramics in December of 2018, her art career got a major jolt. Pack is one of five artists selected from a national pool of...

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