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  • Art is Useless, And It Matters, by Brian Loane On Mar 12, 2019 The Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest asked Penn State students to explore ethical values and intercultural issues, and their talent for expressing their views in writing. Brian Loane, ’19 Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Honors Scholar, English and Comparative Literature, won Third Place for his essay, “Art is Useless, And It Matters,” in response to […]
  • A Letter of Apology to Art, by Cecilia Mabilais-Estevez On Mar 04, 2019 The Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest asked Penn State students to explore ethical values and intercultural issues, and their talent for expressing their views in writing. Cecilia Mabilais-Estevez, ’19 Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Honors Scholar, English and Italian, won Honorable Mention for her essay, “A Letter of Apology to Art,” in response to this […]
  • Closer Than You Think, by Faith Gongaware On Feb 25, 2019 The Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest asked Penn State students to explore ethical values and intercultural issues, and their talent for expressing their views in writing. Faith Gongaware, ’21 Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Honors Scholar, Global and International Studies, and Supply Chain and Information Systems, won Honorable Mention for her essay, “Closer Than You […]
  • An Observance of Humanity, by Grace DePaull On Feb 18, 2019 The Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest asked Penn State students to explore ethical values and intercultural issues, and their talent for expressing their views in writing. Grace DePaull, ’22 Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Honors Scholar, Global and International Studies, won Honorable Mention for her essay, “An Observance of Humanity,” in response to this prompt: […]
  • Spring 2019 Student Marshal Form On Feb 18, 2019
  • Call for Papers – 10th Annual MadRushConference On Jan 29, 2019 Call for Papers 10th Annual MadRushConference Saturday, 16 March 2019 (930am-330pm) James Madison University/Harrisonburg, VA How to Apply-The 10thAnnual MadRush Undergraduate Research Conference seeks undergraduate research and/or creative works in written, poster or web-based formats from any Humanities or Social Science discipline.  Interested students should submit a 100-150 word email abstract of their project to […]
  • Submit your Italy photos here! On Jan 16, 2019
  • Undergraduate Certificate in Fundraising and Advancement On Jan 03, 2019 Penn State’s College of the Liberal Arts has added a new all-online Undergraduate Certificate in Fundraising and Advancement. Students may begin to participate in spring 2019. The requirements for this certificate include two three-credit courses for a total of six credits. LA 402: Fundraising Leadership – Building a Strong Base (offered fall 2019) LA 404: […]
  • Advancing the Arts and Humanities Survey On Dec 14, 2018
  • Election Day Guide On Nov 05, 2018 This short guide will help you make a plan to vote on Election Day. It first explains in brief why your vote matters. Why Vote? Your representatives in government make many decisions that affect you, including how funds are utilized at the national, state, and local levels. Some of these funds support public colleges and […]
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