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Penn State Shenango celebrates 50 years!

Penn State Shenango celebrates 50 years!

Penn State Shenango celebrates 50 years!

Shenango kicks off 50th anniversary with alumni and friends celebration

On Aug. 22, Penn State Shenango will kick off its 50th Anniversary with a double celebration. A Community Open House outside on the campus lawn from 3 to 5 p.m. will include live music by The Bootleggers, children's activities, refreshments, storytime, a community art show, tours of the campus, and more. This event is free and open to the public. An Alumni and Friends event, to be held from 5 to 8 p.m., will include live music by Grant Street Exit, dinner, tours of the campus, a video montage of photos from the past 50 years, and a Penn State football raffle ticket drawing. There is a nominal $10 fee for the evening event.
Auditions to be held for Penn State Shenango holiday production

Penn State Shenango to hold auditions for holiday production

Penn State Shenango will hold auditions from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sept. 12 for its holiday play “How the Grouch Saved Christmas,” which is an original musical to be directed by Jeanne Zingale, Penn State Shenango Drama Club advisor and instructor in theatre.
Auditions to be held for Penn State Shenango holiday production

Auditions to be held for Penn State Shenango holiday production

Auditions to be held for Penn State Shenango holiday production

Participants of the 2014 Dr. Jane WIlliams Memorial 5k enjoy refreshments in the Great Hall following the event.

Shenango holds fourth annual 5K in memory of Jane Williams

Penn State Shenango will hold its fourth annual Dr. Jane A. Williams Memorial 5K Run/1.5 Mile Walk beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, at the Shenango campus located in downtown Sharon, Pennsylvania. The event is in honor of Williams, who was employed at the Shenango campus for 25 years before dying after a brief illness.
Participants of the 2014 Dr. Jane WIlliams Memorial 5k enjoy refreshments in the Great Hall following the event.

2014 Dr. Jane Williams Memorial 5K

Participants of the 2014 Dr. Jane WIlliams Memorial 5k enjoy refreshments in the Great Hall following the event.

Image of an award button for Best Bang for the Buck category from Washington Monthly magazine

Penn State Shenango is ranked in top 20 in Washington Monthly's Best Bang for the Buck Category in the Northeast

Penn State Shenango came in at No. 16 in Washington Monthly's "Best Bang for the Buck" category among colleges and universities in the Northeast. 

Shenango ranked in Top 20 in Washington Monthly's 'Best Bang for Buck' category

Penn State Shenango has been ranked in the Top 20 colleges and universities in the Northeast in the category of "Best Bang for the Buck," according to the most recent rankings conducted by Washington Monthly. Among 402 schools included in the listing, the Shenango campus was ranked No. 16.
Lavarr McBride to speak at Penn State Shenango on October 29

Lavarr McBride to speak at Penn State Shenango on October 29

Lavarr McBride to speak at Penn State Shenango on October 29

Lavarr McBride

'Through a Convict's Eyes' author to kick off Shenango faculty lecture series

Penn State Shenango will begin its 2015-16 Faculty Lecture Series with Lavarr McBride who teaches for the Penn State Shenango, Beaver, and New Kensington campuses in their administration of justice programs. McBride will speak at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 29, in Sharon Hall, room 105 located on Penn Avenue in downtown Sharon, Pennsylvania. The title of his lecture is “Through a Crime Victim’s Eyes: Helping Them Find a New Normal.” The event is free and open to the public.

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