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With the addition of Trippe Hall, Penn State Behrend can now house nearly 2,000 students on campus. That's good news for the Class of 2022, which includes students from 20 foreign countries.
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This past summer, Penn State Behrend senior Sean Wither interned with Delaware North, a global food service and hospitality company that supports several of the country’s professional sports teams.

Concessions work leads Behrend student to 'Big-League' opportunity

This past summer, Behrend student Sean Wither interned with Delaware North, a global food service and hospitality company that supports several of the country’s professional sports teams. Wither was stationed at Target Field in Minneapolis, home of Major League Baseball’s Minnesota Twins.
Penn State Behrend’s fifth annual Faculty, Staff, and Alumni Art Show will open Monday, Nov. 5, with a “Meet the Artists” reception in the Lilley Library gallery from 6 to 7 p.m.

Fifth annual Behrend Faculty, Staff and Alumni Art Show opens Nov. 5

Penn State Behrend’s fifth annual Faculty, Staff, and Alumni Art Show will open Nov. 5 with a “Meet the Artists” reception from 6 to 7 p.m. in the Lilley Library gallery.
A Penn State Behrend water polo player throws the ball.

Behrend water polo team finishes third at CWPA Eastern championships

Sophomore Matt Olimski scored with just two seconds left in the game to lead the Penn State Behrend men’s water polo team past Washington and Jefferson, 12-11. The win earned the Lions a third-place finish at the Collegiate Water Polo Association's Division III Eastern championships.
Erie Insurance CEO Tim NeCastro talks at a podium.

New Behrend partnership will provide scholarships and research stipends

Erie Insurance has partnered with Penn State Behrend to create scholarships for first-year students and funding for upper-level students to work with local businesses and non-profits. In its first year, the program, called Excelerate, is expected to provide scholarships and stipends for as many as 50 students.
John Champagne

Heard on Campus: John Champagne at the Penn State Forum

"If we adopt the idea, that art delights, instructs and moves, and we think about governing as moving one another, steering one another, then — in this definition — all art is, de facto, political. It tries to delight, to instruct, and to move us in some way," said John Champagne, the 2018-19 Penn State Laureate, during his lecture on Oct. 12, part of the Penn State Forum speaker series.
Penn State Behrend volleyball player Lexi Irwin sets the ball.

Loss to Elizabethtown snaps Penn State Behrend volleyball streak

A loss to Elizabethtown snapped a seven-match winning streak for the Penn State Behrend volleyball team. Setter Lexi Irwin, a senior from Greensburg, was named the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference athlete of the week for the third time this season.