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Lunch with Mimi: Robin Regan Lunch with Mimi: Robin Regan
2 weeks ago - Town and gown
Since 1944, Bethany Christian Services has been a global nonprofit organization providing foster care, domestic and international adoption, and family services, including pregnancy counseling. It also provides counseling to families, assists refugees and immigrants resettling in the US, and partners [Read More]
Snapshot: Katie Mailey Snapshot: Katie Mailey
2 weeks ago - Town and gown
Katie Mailey is where she wants to be as she wraps up her fifth year at Penn State. As executive director of THON 2016, she is in the lead role of the world’s largest student-run philanthropy. She’ll see the work she did the past 11 months with all the committees, volunteers, and [Read More]
Living Well: The Transforming Power of Love Living Well: The Transforming Power of Love
2 weeks ago - Town and gown
A few weeks ago, a friend sent me a YouTube video of a 3-year-old girl standing on her bathroom sink first thing in the morning. She was shouting out with enthusiasm all of the things she loved. In a confident, clear voice she was saying, “I love my house, I love my toys, I love my sister, I [Read More]
On Centre: Singer-songwriters Griffin, Watkins, and Mitchell perform as trio On Centre: Singer-songwriters Griffin, Watkins, and Mitchell perform as trio
2 weeks ago - Town and gown
Patty Griffin, Sara Watkins, and Anaïs Mitchell are coming to Penn State for a celebration of American songwriting and performance. Their March 16 concert at Eisenhower Auditorium, part of the Use Your Voice Tour 2016, finds the artists sharing songs and accompanying one another. The tour, [Read More]
Taste of the Month: Happy Valley Learn to Cook Taste of the Month: Happy Valley Learn to Cook
2 weeks ago - Town and gown
LaCreta Holland is a wife, mother of four, and grandmother. She also is passionate about cooking and teaching. She has been a substitute teacher for the State College Area School District and has taught cooking classes for a number of years through the SCASD Community Education program. In January [Read More]
The Season Begins with Paper and Pen The Season Begins with Paper and Pen
2 weeks ago - Town and gown
The house lights go down and the Blue Band begins blaring in front of a few thousand football fans on a winter’s night. The cheerleaders and dance team stroll in, then the Nittany Lion mascot. Players’ highlights flash on giant screens as Penn State football head coach James Franklin, [Read More]
Beyond THON Beyond THON
2 weeks ago - Town and gown
Mention Penn State student organizations that do charitable work and the one that is usually thought of first is THON. It makes sense since THON is, after all, the largest student-run philanthropy in the world and has raised more than $127 million for the Four Diamonds Fund since 1977.  A look [Read More]
A Century of Empowering Women A Century of Empowering Women
2 weeks ago - Town and gown
An eating disorder derailed Alison Franklin’s first attempt at college, causing her to drop out of Penn State in 2003. By the time she was ready to return, she was married with two toddlers. “It’s not cheap to go back to school, especially when you have a family,” she [Read More]
Q&A with Danya Katok, soprano performer Q&A with Danya Katok, soprano performer
2 weeks ago - Town and gown
Growing up in State College, Danya Katok never thought she wanted to be a singer. She spent her days dancing at Ballet Theater of Central PA and pursuing violin through Central PA Youth Orchestra. Today, she is an established soprano and is involved in choral singing and musical improv, as well as [Read More]
Our Founders Were Real Our Founders Were Real
2 weeks ago - Town and gown
Evan Pugh was Penn State's first president. It's great if you happen to know of Evan Pugh. In fact, it's likely that knowing about him already puts you in the minority among students and alumni. But just knowing this bit of raw information isn't worth much in and of itself. It's available to anyone [Read More]

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May’s issue of Town&Gown looks at how refugees from war-torn countries are finding homes in Happy Valley, explores Antarctica with State College teacher Nell Herrmann, goes inside the Penn State All-Sports Museum as it celebrates its 10th anniversary, a

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