In June, Penn State President Eric Barron convened a task force of 26 members to address potential changes of the Student Code of Conduct relating to racism, bias and community safety across the campus.
With Penn State’s coronavirus cases continuing to rise, many students have asked what it would take for the university to close its campus. Some professors who are teaching in-person classes have the same question.
In early September, 50 volunteers helped in the first major round of planting at the Arboretum at Penn State’s bird and pollinator garden, which has been under construction since 2019.
A virtual symposium titled “Reflection on Organizing and Power: Anti-Black Police Brutality and the Popular Uprisings” was hosted Friday by the Penn State Consortium for Social Movements and Education and the Africana Research Center.
The State College Police Department is seeking the public's help to identify a male allegedly involved in a recent theft, according to a media release.
Penn State's Board of Trustees met on Friday afternoon to approve appropriations and funding for various aspects of the university, as well as handling board member duties.
Virginia Eubanks, author of “Automating Inequality: How High-Tech Tools Profile, Police, and Punish the Poor,” will deliver this year’s Lippin Lecture in Ethics, the Rock Ethics Institute’s annual lecture on justice, ethics and science.