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Bela Fleck performs at Eisenhower Bela Fleck performs at Eisenhower
551 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
Penn Stater Magazine Editor Tina Hay played a lot of Fleck's music on her show, but doubted that most people outside the bluegrass world knew who he was. [Read More]
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Entries sought for The Gallery?s ?100 Works!? centennial exhibition Entries sought for The Gallery?s ?100 Works!? centennial exhibition
346 weeks ago - PSU Live
The Gallery at Penn College has announced a call for entries for its ?100 Works!? exhibition opening in October. [Read More]

Michigan State University and Penn State wind ensembles to perform Feb. 19 Michigan State University and Penn State wind ensembles to perform Feb. 19
346 weeks ago - PSU Live
Penn State's Symphonic Wind Ensemble will host the Michigan State University Wind Symphony in an evening of American music written for wind instruments at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19. The Penn State Symphonic Wind Ensemble is conducted by Dennis Glocke. The Michigan State University Wind Symphony [Read More]

Michigan State, Penn State bands to perform Feb. 19 Michigan State, Penn State bands to perform Feb. 19
346 weeks ago - PSU Live
Penn State's Symphonic Wind Ensemble will host the Michigan State University Wind Symphony in an evening of American music written for wind instruments at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19. The Penn State Symphonic Wind Ensemble is conducted by Dennis Glocke. The Michigan State University Wind Symphony [Read More]

Spring 2014 film series at Penn State Schuylkill starts Feb. 24 Spring 2014 film series at Penn State Schuylkill starts Feb. 24
346 weeks ago - PSU Live
As part of the campus' 80th anniversary celebration, several films are scheduled at Penn State Schuylkill for this spring. The first event is a movie titled ?12 Years a Slave." This film tells the story of a New York state born free Negro kidnapped in Washington, D.C., in 1841, and sold into [Read More]

AbingTones strive for ?pitch perfect? at international competition AbingTones strive for ?pitch perfect? at international competition
346 weeks ago - PSU Live
Take the hit film "Pitch Perfect." Subtract the mean girls, the inappropriate moments, the male rivals, and what remains? The AbingTones, the Penn State Abington co-ed singers who were selected to perform in an international a capella competition this weekend at University Park. [Read More]

Wetlands are a natural solution to our ?water blues? Wetlands are a natural solution to our ?water blues?
346 weeks ago - PSU Live
Standing in a red raincoat and boots, Robert Brooks is surrounded by about a foot of water and plants as high as his shoulders. Brooks is a professor of geography and ecology and he discussed the research his team conducts on Pennsylvania?s wetlands in this video as he treks through the water, [Read More]

Public invited to attend free program by multicultural activist, choreographer Public invited to attend free program by multicultural activist, choreographer
346 weeks ago - PSU Live
Penn State Beaver invites the public to attend a free presentation by Deo Mwano, speaker, multicultural activist and choreographer, at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25, in the Student Union Building auditorium. [Read More]

Students' 'Dreams and Nightmares' exhibition on display in Patterson Space Students' 'Dreams and Nightmares' exhibition on display in Patterson Space
346 weeks ago - PSU Live
The exhibition "Dreams and Nightmares," featuring works from Penn State bachelor of art students Sam Rosas and Daniela Ruiz-Feingold, is on display in the School of Visual Arts' Patterson Space through Feb. 14. A reception will take place at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13. [Read More]

Engineering student turns block of ice into cool attractions Engineering student turns block of ice into cool attractions
346 weeks ago - PSU Live
Ryan Crosby has been around ice practically his entire life, not gliding across it playing hockey or skating but literally surrounded by blocks of it. He is, after all, an ice sculptor. [Read More]

School of Music shares videos of pianist Sue Haug performing works by Brahms School of Music shares videos of pianist Sue Haug performing works by Brahms
346 weeks ago - PSU Live
Classical masterworks performed by talented School of Music faculty are just a click away, thanks to video recordings produced for a new online course, Music 011, Under the Hood: How Classical Music Works, authored by Stephen Hopkins, assistant professor of music. The course was developed as part of [Read More]

'Delivering the Goods' considers thinking inside the box at Borland Gallery 'Delivering the Goods' considers thinking inside the box at Borland Gallery
346 weeks ago - PSU Live
"Delivering the Goods," an exhibition of the work of master of fine arts degree students from Penn State?s School of Visual Arts (SoVA) and undergraduate students from the Art and Design Department at Shippensburg University (SU), will be on display in the Borland Gallery from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. [Read More]

Green Day's 'American Idiot' coming to The Pullo Center on Feb. 25 Green Day's 'American Idiot' coming to The Pullo Center on Feb. 25
346 weeks ago - PSU Live
?American Idiot,? the Broadway musical based on the rock group Green Day?s Grammy Award-winning album of the same name, is set to take the stage at Penn State York?s Pullo Family Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25. Tickets are on sale for $60, and can be purchased at The Pullo [Read More]

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