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Zach Berger

Zach Berger is the managing editor of StateCollege.com. He graduated from Penn State University in 2014 with a degree in print journalism. Zach enjoys writing about a variety of topics ranging from football to government, music, and everything in between.

Articles by Zach Berger

Penn State Board Honors Eight With Distinguished Alumni Award Penn State Board Honors Eight With Distinguished Alumni Award
93 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
The Distinguished Alumni Award is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a Penn State graduate by the Board of Trustees. Here's a look at the eight recipients for this year and their backgrounds. [Read More]
Moody's Cites 'Excellent Strategic Position' in Upgrading Penn State Credit Rating Moody's Cites 'Excellent Strategic Position' in Upgrading Penn State Credit Rating
94 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
Moody's Investor Services has recognized Penn State's "excellent strategic position," upgrading the university's credit rating. The credit rating firm gave Penn State a strong report, upgrading it to a Aa1 credit rating with a stable outlook on Feb. 26, one step up from last year. [Read More]
Penn State Board Approves $151 Million in Projects, Strategic Plan Penn State Board Approves $151 Million in Projects, Strategic Plan
94 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
The trustees powered through a packed agenda as always, voting on construction projects, passing the long-awaited strategic plan, and hearing some good news about the university's credit. [Read More]
Sandy Barbour Seeks Support to Sell Alcohol at Athletic Facilities Sandy Barbour Seeks Support to Sell Alcohol at Athletic Facilities
94 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
"For a variety of different factors, what we are seeking is support for acquisition of liquor licenses in order to serve and/or sell alcoholic beverages in Penn State intercollegiate athletic facilities under certain conditions," Barbour said. [Read More]
Committee Votes For Recreational Facility Security, Increased Room and Board Committee Votes For Recreational Facility Security, Increased Room and Board
94 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
The Penn State trustees' Committee on Finance and Capital Planning held a brief public session this morning in Hershey, rapidly approving a number of construction projects. Among the approved action items included controversial upgrades to security at three recreational facilities. [Read More]
UPDATE: Josef Blunschi Fatally Struck by Vehicle on Park Avenue UPDATE: Josef Blunschi Fatally Struck by Vehicle on Park Avenue
94 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
A 66-year-old man was struck by a vehicle and killed on East Park Avenue last night. The man, who was crossing the street when the car hit him, was transported to Mt. Nittany Medical Center and later pronounced dead. [Read More]
Trustees to Talk Facility Access, Alcohol, and Appropriations Trustees to Talk Facility Access, Alcohol, and Appropriations
94 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
The notable items on the agenda include the reappearance of controversial recreational facility access changes, alcohol service at intercollegiate athletics facilities, and the Pennsylvania budget impasse. [Read More]
Patton Township Man Charged For Dumping Corinne Pena's Body Patton Township Man Charged For Dumping Corinne Pena's Body
94 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
Robert Moir, 59 of Patton Township, was charged with a second degree misdemeanor count of "abuse of corpse" connected to the death of Corinne Pena. [Read More]
SCASD Superintendent Bob O'Donnell Gets Five More Years SCASD Superintendent Bob O'Donnell Gets Five More Years
94 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
It likely comes as no surprise to anyone involved with the State College Area School District that superintendent Dr. Robert "Bob" O'Donnell's contract was renewed. O'Donnell, who has led the district and its 7,000+ students since 2011, will stick around for another five years. [Read More]
Administrators Planning for 'Unthinkable Possibility' of No State Appropriation Administrators Planning for 'Unthinkable Possibility' of No State Appropriation
95 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
It's no secret that Pennsylvania is struggling through a historic budget impasse that started way back in July. And while many sectors are facing hardships as a result of the budget situation, there may be in quite as bad shape as education. [Read More]
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