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"Hard Freight" submission deadline extended

Students may now submit entries of fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and visual art through March 1, 2018.
Mike Lucas

Mike Lucas featured in "Orthodox Arts Journal" article

The article, "The Byzantine Sculpture of Michael Lucas," is featured in the journal, which is dedicated to the promotion of traditional Orthodox Christian liturgical arts.
Clouds at Sunset

Penn State Altoona to present "House Full of Letters" by Kit Steinkellner

Performances run March 22-24 at the Wolf Kuhn Theatre of the Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts.
Gabeba Baderoon

Heard on Campus: Gabeba Baderoon at Penn State Altoona

Gabeba Baderoon, keynote speaker for the 2018 African American Read-In Chain, presented “Writing the World: The Poetry of African Women in the Diaspora” at Penn State Altoona.
Hard Freight spring 2017 submission date Feb. 20

Hard Freight submission deadline Feb. 20

Up to three entries per student in the categories of fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, visual art, and multimedia work may be submitted online.
Andrew Belser

Heard on Campus: Andrew Belser at Penn State Altoona

Andrew Belser, the 2017-18 Penn State Laureate, presented "FaceAge: Empathy Rising Across Generations" at Penn State Altoona.
Artwork by Sarah Jenkins

Penn State Altoona to present work of Sarah E. Jenkins

The exhibition "Patch Work" will run March 15 – April 17, 2018, in the McLanahan Gallery of the Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts.
African American Read-In

Penn State Altoona announces 2018 African American Read-In events

The 29th annual African American Read-In Chain will take place at Penn State Altoona on Monday, Feb. 12.
Andrew Belser

Penn State Laureate Andrew Belser to visit Altoona campus

Penn State Laureate Andrew Belser will visit Penn State Altoona on Feb. 8, offering a lecture and his exhibit, "FaceAge."
Todd Davis

Todd Davis's poetry featured in anthologies, journals, and magazines

Davis's poetry is featured in "The Cumberland Review: The First Five Years" and "Adam, Eve, & the Riders of the Apocalypse."

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