In this issue a new endeavor begins at The PSU Collegian. Each week, recent highlights from the open SGA meetings will be published to keep students abreast of what is going on.
Blue & White Society
The Blue and White Society, the student arm of the alumni organization on campus is in need of a new president. If you bleed blue and white, the Blue & White Society welcomes you with open arms. Activities in this club are tons of fun and range from fundraising to watching football games.
Captain applications will be released soon. Anyone interested in helping in this way should apply. Captains are leaders in THON that really make a difference every year. Stop by the THON office or email Mike Warner, email@example.com, this year’s chair for more information.
This year several new clubs have begun. The PSU Collegian, Creative Writing, The Literary Magazine and the Comedy Club are all in the works this term and are in need of members to make their goals possible. These clubs will have a presence at the club fair, so come rain or shine and get involved.
Are you interested in becoming a part of SGA? If so, senator applications can be picked up at the club fair or by contacting student affairs. Some requirements include having a 2.3 GPA and collecting 75 signatures. Applications are due Sept. 17.
Penn State Hazleton will have a presence at this year’s FunFest. Show up after nine on Sept. 9 at the Hazleton booth between Wyoming and Laurel streets and buy some creamery ice cream!
Calling all orientation leaders
If you served as an orientation leader this fall, please come to the final meeting on the 10th at noon. This wrap up meeting will allow next year’s orientation to be even better!
Town Hall Meeting
A great way to keep up on current issues within the university system is town hall meetings. These live streaming events are important, as we have a chance to ask questions directly to administration at University Park. The next town hall meeting will be aired on Sept. 19 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Stop by for a few moments and learn about our university as a whole.