Penn State Harrisburg’s ninth annual public International Film Festival which runs from February 25 to March 1 features an appearance by an Emmy award-winning filmmaker and a special matinee presentation for children and their parents.
The entire series is free and open to the public in the Olmsted Building Auditorium on campus with all films at 7 p.m. except the February 28 matinee at 2 p.m. For information, phone 717-948-6659.
University Park’s gospel choir “Essence of Joy” is appropriately named.
One of ten choral ensembles in the University’s School of Music, the organization brought is joyful performance to Penn State Harrisburg’s Capital Union Building Friday, Feb. 6, presenting both sacred and secular music from the African American traditions.
Research at Penn State Harrisburg aimed at reducing America’s dependence on foreign oil while boosting the state’s agricultural economy is showing early progress and has captured the attention of the biofuels industry.
It’s an understatement to say that the current economic crisis in America is severe and will have long-lasting impacts, but it’s far from the Great Depression and government intervention is absolutely necessary to come up with a solution to the problem.
After decades which included genocide, political ostracism, anti-Semitism, isolation, denial, and forced emigration, Poland is finally coming to grips with the history of its Jewish culture and history.
Midstate resident Ho-Thanh Nguyen, the founder and president of the Pennsylvania Immigrant Refugee Women‘s Network (PAIRWN), is the Feb. 5 presenter in Penn State Harrisburg‘s year-long Diversity Lecture Series.
Nguyen will discuss the immigrant experience at noon in the Gallery Lounge of the Olmsted Building. The presentation is free and open to the public. For information, phone 717-948-6180.