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Jenna Spinelle, Town&Gown

Jenna Spinelle is a freelance writer in State College. She works in Penn State’s Undergraduate Admissions Office and is an adjunct lecturer in the College of Communications.

Articles by Jenna Spinelle, Town&Gown

Protection, Peace and Perception: Centre County Police Officers Take on Many Roles Protection, Peace and Perception: Centre County Police Officers Take on Many Roles
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jenna Spinelle, Town&Gown
Every day, hundreds of people across Centre County go to work protecting the community. They make decisions in the blink of an eye that could literally mean a person’s life or death. They play the roles of parent, companion, and therapist — sometimes all at once. And, thanks to smartphones and s [Read More]
Protection, peace and perception: Centre County police officers take on many roles Protection, peace and perception: Centre County police officers take on many roles
5 weeks ago - Town and gown
Every day, hundreds of people across Centre County go to work protecting the community. They make decisions in the blink of an eye that could literally mean a person’s life or death. They play the roles of parent, companion, and therapist — sometimes all at once. And, thanks to [Read More]
Forever For The Kids Forever For The Kids
15 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jenna Spinelle, Town&Gown
From fund-raising pioneers to cancer survivors, these families continue to embody THON today. [Read More]
Forever For The Kids Forever For The Kids
18 weeks ago - Town and gown
By many accounts, Penn State IFC/Panhellenic Dance Marathon (Thon) never really ends for dancers and Four Diamonds families. Sure, they may stop attending the annual 46-hour dance party, but the sentiment that comes with being part of the organization remains long after the final total is [Read More]
People Who Make a Difference People Who Make a Difference
24 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jenna Spinelle, Town&Gown
This year’s edition of “People Who Make a Difference” shows that having a disability does not make someone disabled. Emily Frederick, Tom Kleban, and Michelle McManus might not do things in the same way as others, but that does not lessen their desire to do good work in the community. [Read More]
People Who Make a Difference People Who Make a Difference
26 weeks ago - Town and gown
This year’s edition of “People Who Make a Difference” shows that having a disability does not make someone disabled. Emily Frederick, Tom Kleban, and Michelle McManus might not do things in the same way as others, but that does not lessen their desire to do good work in the [Read More]
Halloween Houses Halloween Houses
32 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jenna Spinelle, Town&Gown
Some local families go above and beyond the normal Halloween activities to create lasting memories for their families, friends, and neighbors. From the latest technology to handmade props and costumes, these Centre Region families remind us why Halloween brings out the kid in many of us. [Read More]
Halloween Houses Halloween Houses
35 weeks ago - Town and gown
While the costumes may change from year to year, Halloween remains basically the same each October: Kids (and some adults) dressed up carrying bags full of candy while strolling through neighborhoods at dusk. Some local families, however, go above and beyond the normal Halloween activities to [Read More]
A Unique Education A Unique Education
42 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jenna Spinelle, Town&Gown
No desks, no dress code, teachers called by first name only, and freshmen taking classes with seniors. Classes such as Historical Documentaries and Fantasy Literature are mixed in with algebra and geography. These characteristics are just a few of many that make the State College Area School [Read More]
A Unique Education A Unique Education
45 weeks ago - Town and gown
No desks, no dress code, teachers called by rst name only, and freshmen taking classes with seniors. Classes such as “Historical Documentaries” and “Fantasy Literature” are mixed in with algebra and geography. These characteristics are just a few of many that make the State [Read More]
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