Fourth annual Happy Valley Indian Performing Arts Festival set for April 6-8
The Society for Indian Music and Arts and Nritya, both student organizations at Penn State, will present the fourth annual Happy Valley Indian Performing Arts Festival from April 6-8 at locations around University Park and State College. As central Pennsylvania’s largest Indian music and dance event, the festival will feature top artists from across India performing a variety of classic Indian dances, music forms and instruments.
Stand for State offering two bias and discrimination intervention trainings
Stand for State is offering two “Acts of Bias & Discrimination” intervention trainings this spring for members of the Penn State community, allowing attendees to share their personal connections to the issue, explore the things that make it difficult to take action, and practice interrupting using scenarios.
Immigration, opioid crisis to be discussed on WPSU-FM’s 'Take Note'
An author’s novel on the immigrant experience and a recovering drug user's insights on her own experiences and the opioid crisis will be discussed during the next two episodes of WPSU-FM’s “Take Note” that premiere at 1 p.m. on March 16 and 23, respectively.
Registration open for summer 2018 arts camps at University Park
Registration is now open for the Penn State Center for Arts and Crafts’ 2018 summer arts camps on the University Park campus. Camps are offered for children in grades one through nine and vary for each session and age group.
Penn State launches first-ever Leadership Institute for students
The Penn State Leadership Institute is an innovative leadership retreat designed for undergraduate students at University Park to build meaningful connections with their peers. Applications are due Sunday, March 25.