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Helping a hero

Dual Enrollment students from Penn State Greater Allegheny help to build a house for a local Army veteran.
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Greater Allegheny Psych Club walks in support of mental health organization

For the third year, students in the Psychological Association of Penn State Greater Allegheny (Psych Club) are participating in the NAMIWalks southwestern Pennsylvania event on Sunday, Oct. 2. The event is a 5K benefiting the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and, according to club officers Dally Moore and Emilie Betters, is the first major club event of the 2016-17 academic year.

Teaching International speaker to discuss climate connections Oct. 3

Penn State Greater Allegheny’s Teaching International program will welcome Joylette Portlock on Oct. 3. Portlock will discuss, "Climate Connections: Education, Empowerment, Humor, and Hope." Portlock is the president of Communitopia, a nonprofit based in Pittsburgh that focuses on climate change communication.
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Guidance counselor breakfast brings counselors to campus

Each year, high school guidance counselors help hundreds of seniors consider their post high school options. On October 7, guidance counselors from all over the Pittsburgh region will come together at Penn State Greater Allegheny.
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Admissions events offer chance to see what campus is all about

Penn State Greater Allegheny is offering a few opportunities for potential students to come and see what the campus has to offer.
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Nittany Lion is a “rock” star

The Nittany Lion from Penn State Greater Allegheny rocked the house at Vincentian Senior Care Communities’ fifth annual Rocking for Residents on September 17.