CATEGORY: POLITICS

Centre County Young Democrats to Hold Phonebank for Georgia Candidate Jon Ossoff

Progressives in Centre County are fighting for candidate Jon Ossoff, in a race that is seen as an early...



Penn State Professor Plays National Role in Criticizing U.S. Withdrawal from Paris Accords

Penn State Professor Michael Mann has played a national role in fighting climate...


Editorial: My Experience Running for State College Borough Council

Rylie Cooper, a former candidate for State College Borough Council, wrote an editorial on her campaign...


Governor Tom Wolf to Join State College Workers Striking Against AT&T

Between 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. today, AT&T Mobility workers affiliated with the CWA Local 13000, the Philadelphia-based branch of the...


Unofficial Primary Election Results: Hahn Wins Democratic Mayoral Nomination, Myers, Lafer, Murphy Clinch Borough Council

Don Hahn will receive the democratic nomination for mayor in the fall while Evan Myers, Theresa Lafer, and Dan...


Opinion: Only one political party actually holds the values enshrined in Mother’s Day

Today is Mother’s Day, a day that we, as a society, collectively honor the sacrifices, hardships, and struggles that mothers,...


Environmental Activists Come Together for Central PA People’s Climate Day

The State College community came together Saturday for the Central PA People’s Climate Day, a non-partisan event that aimed...


Penn State Students to March for Climate Justice in Washington D.C. on Saturday

On Saturday, 55 Penn State students will travel to Washington D.C. for the People's Climate...


UPUA Holds Public Forum with State College Borough Council Candidates

On Thursday, the UPUA hosted a forum with candidates for Borough...


Student Tickets Still Available For Peoples Climate March in D.C. Saturday

On Saturday, April 29, thousands of people will gather from almost every state in Washington, D.C. for the People’s...