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Cassady Potts

Cassady Potts is a Penn State student and writer for Onward State.

Articles by Cassady Potts

New Plant Finder Program Maps Every Species in the Arboretum New Plant Finder Program Maps Every Species in the Arboretum
19 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Cassady Potts
If you’re a plant connoisseur or someone who just wants to add some education to their stroll, you can look forward to using a new program created by Penn State’s Institutes of Energy and the Environment (IEE) and the Arboretum. [Read More]
Registration Open for 10th Annual Paterno Family Beaver Stadium Run Registration Open for 10th Annual Paterno Family Beaver Stadium Run
22 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Cassady Potts
The Paterno family will host the 10th annual Beaver Stadium Run to benefit Special Olympics Pennsylvania (SOPA) at 11 a.m. Sunday, April 14. A 2-mile family fun walk will start 10 minutes after the 5k, with both beginning at Medlar Field. [Read More]
Borough Council Leads Community Discussion on State College Strategic Plan Borough Council Leads Community Discussion on State College Strategic Plan
28 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Cassady Potts
State College Borough Council led a discussion Wednesday night to gather community input on the strategic planning process begun by Council late last year. This process will eventually lead to clear vision statement defining State College and local government’s role in the development of the commu [Read More]
State College Consignment Shop Funky Trunk Closes State College Consignment Shop Funky Trunk Closes
47 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Cassady Potts
Funky Trunk, a consignment shop located at 236 E. Calder Way, closed it doors Saturday. Shoppers will need to look elsewhere to get their thrifting fix. [Read More]
Anthony Leach Awarded Lion's Paw Medal for Service to Penn State Anthony Leach Awarded Lion's Paw Medal for Service to Penn State
49 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Cassady Potts
Recently retired Penn State School of Music Professor Anthony Leach has been named the 54th recipient of the Lion’s Paw Medal. The Lion’s Paw Alumni Association annually recognizes an individual who goes above and beyond in their service to Penn State. The Lion’s Paw Medal is the highest honor [Read More]
Penn State Board Grants Ryan McCombie Trustee Emeritus Status Penn State Board Grants Ryan McCombie Trustee Emeritus Status
49 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Cassady Potts
The Penn State Board of Trustees granted Ryan McCombie trustee emeritus status at its meeting Friday afternoon upon recommendation from the Committee on Governance and Long-Range Planning. [Read More]
Transportation Commission Reviews Proposed Overnight Parking Permit Pilot for Highlands Transportation Commission Reviews Proposed Overnight Parking Permit Pilot for Highlands
50 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Cassady Potts
The State College Transportation Commission met Tuesday to further review the proposal for a parking permit pilot program in the Highlands neighborhood. [Read More]
Palmer Museum Receives $100,000 Luce Foundation Grant Palmer Museum Receives $100,000 Luce Foundation Grant
63 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Cassady Potts
The Henry Luce Foundation awarded The Palmer Museum of Art a $100,000 grant to produce a catalogue that will showcase its American art collection. This is the largest grant the museum has ever received from a private foundation. [Read More]
Penn State Bookstore Introduces EcoCoins as Incentive to Reduce Plastic Bag Use Penn State Bookstore Introduces EcoCoins as Incentive to Reduce Plastic Bag Use
63 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Cassady Potts
In hopes of reducing the amount of plastic bags used on campus, the Penn State Bookstore is implementing a new program this summer. [Read More]
Solar-Powered Bus Stop Offers Real-Time CATA Map, Charging Stations Solar-Powered Bus Stop Offers Real-Time CATA Map, Charging Stations
71 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Cassady Potts
The bus stop on Curtin Road near the Stadium West parking lot is now able to show real-time CATA bus locations and serve as a charging station for electronics. Riders also will be able to learn about the history of solar energy at the stop as they are waiting for their buses to arrive. [Read More]
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