Penn State New Kensington's Police and Public Safety department held its second annual "Cram the Cruiser" event to benefit a local organization in the Alle-Kiski Valley region. The department chose to have the collected toys, clothing and other items to benefit the Alle-Kiski Area HOPE Center, whose mission is to eliminate domestic violence through intervention, prevention and collaboration.
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A look behind the scenes as Penn State President Eric Barron and Vice President and Provost Nicholas Jones hosted the streaming of the University's virtual 2020 Spring Commencement ceremony, live from studios at WPSU-TV on May 9.
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With his collegiate soccer career at Penn State New Kensington complete, Joshua Zakrzewski, administration of justice major at Penn State New Kensington, looks forward to completing his degree at the campus and entering a field within public service.
Penn State New Kensington's Police and Public Safety department held its first "Cram the Cruiser" event on Dec. 11 to collect toys and items for the Valley Points Family YMCA's early learning and school age childcare sites. The collected items were then delivered to the YMCA's New Kensington branch to be sorted for the seven childcare locations.