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Hard Freight Art - Spring 2017

Spring 2017 issue of Hard Freight published

Student literary magazine features creative writing and visual art
Jerry Zolten

Film featuring Jerry Zolten to be screened at Harlem International Film Festival

The film "How They Got Over" has been selected for screening at the Harlem International Film Festival, May 4-7.
Jared Dailey

Jared Dailey Selected AMCC Pitcher of the Week

Penn State Altoona baseball's senior pitcher Jared Dailey was named the AMCC Pitcher of the Week.
Anne Showalter

Altoona alumna thrives at the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Penn State Altoona alum Anne Showalter has taken a winding career path over the last 15 years, but she has finally found her home working at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C.
Waldemar Rivera-Berrios

Waldemar Rivera-Berrios Voted Defensive Player of the Year, First Team All-Star

Sophomore Waldemar Rivera-Berrios picked up two significant regional recognitions when the ECAC announced its Division III South Region awards.
altoona men's volleyball NEAC

Penn State Altoona athletics roundup, April 8-21

Penn State Altoona offers scores and results of varsity athletics from April 8-21.

Altoona's Center for Community-Based Studies receives $5,000 mini-grant

The Center for Community-Based Studies is the recipient of a Pepsi Challenge Mini-grant awarded through University Park’s Sustainable Communities Collaborative.
Steve Sherrill

Sherrill's "Minotaur" earns Silver Medal for Literary Fiction

Steve Sherrill has received the Silver Medal for Literary Fiction in the 2017 Independent Publisher Book Awards contest.

Peterman, Arentz Star on AMCC All-Conference Team

AMCC released its 2017 postseason awards in men’s volleyball, with Penn State Altoona earning two individual awards and getting a total of five All-Conference selections.

Penn State Altoona to offer kinesiology major in fall 2017

Recognizing a growing desire among current and prospective students as well as strong market demand, Penn State Altoona will offer the kinesiology major, with options in both movement science and exercise science, starting with the fall 2017 semester.