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Jim Davidson is a Penn State student and Onward State contributor.

Articles by Jim Davidson

Penn State to Return Estimated $40 Million in Housing Refunds to Students Penn State to Return Estimated $40 Million in Housing Refunds to Students
16 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jim Davidson
Prorated housing and meal plan refunds Penn State will offer to students will cost the university an estimated $40 million in auxiliary revenue, President Eric Barron told the school's Board of Trustees during a conference call Thursday. [Read More]
Barron: Penn State Won’t Refund Tuition for Period of Remote Instruction Barron: Penn State Won’t Refund Tuition for Period of Remote Instruction
16 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jim Davidson
Penn State President Eric Barron told the university's Board of Trustees via conference call Thursday that Penn State does not plan to refund students’ tuition for the current period in which all instruction is taking place remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic. [Read More]
Nittany Lion and Beaver Stadium Mic Man Bring Energy and Unity to THON as Dancer Couple Nittany Lion and Beaver Stadium Mic Man Bring Energy and Unity to THON as Dancer Couple
20 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jim Davidson
"Everybody is impacted by cancer, and I think that's what THON's about -- being there fighting for the cause together." [Read More]
Mayor Ron Filippelli, Tom and Tamra Fountaine Officially Declare State College ‘City Of THON’ Mayor Ron Filippelli, Tom and Tamra Fountaine Officially Declare State College ‘City Of THON’
20 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jim Davidson
State College mayor Ron Filippelli officially proclaimed the borough the “City of THON” Friday for the entire 46 hours dancers remain standing in the Bryce Jordan Center. [Read More]
‘An Experience You Never Forget’: Penn State Senior, Former Women's Soccer Goalkeeper Prepares for Her Third and Final Dance at THON ‘An Experience You Never Forget’: Penn State Senior, Former Women's Soccer Goalkeeper Prepares for Her Third and Final Dance at THON
21 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jim Davidson
“You have to take in every little moment, because 46 hours may seem like a long time, but it goes by so fast.” [Read More]
‘THON Week’ Declared in Pennsylvania ‘THON Week’ Declared in Pennsylvania
21 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jim Davidson
The Pennsylvania State Senate introduced and unanimously adopted a resolution that officially designates Feb. 17 “THON Week” across the Commonwealth. [Read More]
New Restaurant Pablo’s Chicken to Open on Calder Way New Restaurant Pablo’s Chicken to Open on Calder Way
26 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jim Davidson
The third restaurant in as many years will occupy 324 E. Calder Way in downtown State College when Pablo’s Chicken opens its doors. [Read More]
11 Interim Mayor Applicants Present to Borough Council 11 Interim Mayor Applicants Present to Borough Council
31 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jim Davidson
Less than 24 hours after current State College Mayor Don Hahn finished leading his final borough council meeting, 11 State College residents interested in replacing him presented their cases to the public Tuesday night at the municipal building. [Read More]
NCAA Tournament Run Ends for Penn State Women’s Soccer’s NCAA with Loss to Stanford NCAA Tournament Run Ends for Penn State Women’s Soccer’s NCAA with Loss to Stanford
33 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jim Davidson
No. 18 Penn State women’s soccer (17-7-1) ended its season with a 2-0 loss to Stanford (21-1), a team that has now scored 21 goals in three games, in the round of 16 of the NCAA tournament Sunday. [Read More]
Overtime Win Against Arizona Propels Penn State Women's Soccer to NCAA Round of 16 Overtime Win Against Arizona Propels Penn State Women's Soccer to NCAA Round of 16
33 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jim Davidson
No. 18 Penn State women’s soccer (17-6-1) claimed an all-time classic playoff win against Arizona (12-7-1) Friday evening and a place in the NCAA Tournament round of 16, defeating the Wildcats, 4-3, in Palo Alto, Calif. [Read More]
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