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Jerrzy Zolten

Jerry Zolten's "How They Got Over" to be screened in Australia

The film, which can be viewed by local audiences in State College on June 12, will be shown in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, and Brisbane, May 12-20.
Jerrzy Zolten

Jerry Zolten pens piece for Library of Congress's National Song Registry

The piece is written about the Swan Silvertones gospel group and its version of "Oh Mary Don't You Weep."
Lori J. Bechtel-Wherry and Alexis Schumacher

Student achievement celebrated at annual Student Awards Ceremony

Students, faculty, and staff gathered on April 8, 2018 to celebrate achievements in scholarship, service, creative activity, student life, athletics, and more.
Ivyside Dance Ensemble company performs

Dance to the Music

Penn State Altoona’s Ivyside Dance Ensemble will celebrate its 10-year anniversary with a performance featuring current and past ensemble members.
Illustration of hot air balloons

Penn State Altoona’s Ivyside Pride to perform 'Up!'

The concert includes a variety of genres ranging from African contemporary to rock and folk songs, each uplifting in their own way.
An Ivyside Dance Ensemble dancer

Ivyside Dance Ensemble stages student/alumni performance for 10th anniversary

In addition to the current company dancers, nine alumni dancers return to participate in the 10th anniversary performance.
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.
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.
Jerrzy Zolten

Jerry Zolten's "How they Got Over" slated for multiple screenings

The documentary will be shown at various festivals in the United States and abroad.
Sheriece Veazey and Deb Hirschbiel

In the Spotlight

Thanks to hard work and determination, opportunities abound for alum Sheriece Veazy.

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