Jamiel Terry’s “new approach to gay activism” begins with effecting social change before pushing for political change.
The estranged son of Randall Terry, one of America’s most outspoken opponents of abortion and homosexuality, Jamiel brought his personal story and “new approach” to Penn State Harrisburg in a Gallery Lounge presentation hosted by the college’s Multicultural Academic Excellence Program.
Alina Fernandez, the daughter of former Cuban president Fidel Castro, has no desire to return to her totalitarian homeland following his death.
“I won’t be the first one on the first plane after he dies,” she told a packed Capital Union Building Student Center at Penn State Harrisburg Wednesday, Oct. 6. “I am an enemy (of Cuba)” and would be treated like one if I returned, she adds.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s most recent biographer, Penn State Professor of History and Women‘s Studies Lori D. Ginzberg, will profile the nineteenth-century feminist during a free public book talk presentation at 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 26 in the Morrison Gallery of the Penn State Harrisburg library.
Penn State Harrisburg is a key partner in a federally funded University initiative aimed at encouraging Pennsylvania school students to consider college majors which lead to careers in the U.S. intelligence community.
An Australian scholar will share his extensive research in applied behavior analysis during a public presentation Monday, Oct. 19 at Penn State Harrisburg.
The discussion by Oliver Mudford, director of the applied behavior analysis program at the University of Auckland, will be a 6:30 p.m. in the Gallery Lounge of the Olmsted Building. The event is free and open to the public.
The founder of the student Paranormal Research Society at Penn State University Park and now a producer and cast member of “Paranormal State” on the A&E Network, Ryan Buell recently brought his spirit-hunting message to Penn State Harrisburg.