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Campus works with Growth Through Energy and Community Health (GTECH) to create garden gathering space

The garden, sponsored by a ReClaim grant from GTECH, serves as a gateway to the campus, and will hopefully continue to foster collaboration between the campus and the community.
Students digging in campus garden

Students working on campus garden project

Thanks to a ReClaim grant from GTECH (Growth Through Energy and Community Health), Penn State Greater Allegheny has created a garden that serves as a “gateway” to the campus. 

A student organizes stickers

Stand for State provides the tools for Penn Staters to stop violence

Stand for State, an initiative aimed at empowering Penn Staters to stand up for one another, will kick off University-wide the week of Jan. 25.
A student organizes stickers

StandMerch

Senior Taylor Sweeney, a Stand for State student ambassador, organized stickers Jan. 14 that will be shipped to campuses in preparation for the launch of Stand for State. University Park’s launch is set for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 27, in the HUB-Robeson Center.  

A student organizes stickers

StandMerch

Senior Taylor Sweeney, a Stand for State student ambassador, organized stickers Jan. 14 that will be shipped to campuses in preparation for the launch of Stand for State. University Park’s launch is set for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 27, in the HUB-Robeson Center.  

Professor's new book explores link between punk, higher education

Penn State Greater Allegheny Assistant Professor of Communications Zack Furness recently published a book, "Punkademics." "Punkademics" is a collection of essays about punk and higher education, all of which were written by college professors, and a few graduate students, who hail from the punk scene. Furness said, “Having spent the better part of the last 15 years immersed in both punk culture and academia, I've found that there's an interesting overlap between these two worlds and I was interested in hearing about what others had to say about this seemingly odd juxtaposition.”

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