As 2018 draws to a close, we review a small, representative selection of achievements and visual reflections on the year at Penn State, from among the many University-wide accomplishments in academics, research, athletics, student life and entrepreneurship. View a photo gallery and collection of news highlights at https://news.psu.edu/gallery/551371/2018/12/11/2018-year-pictures
While Dolly Parton originally sang “9 to 5” in the 1980 hit movie by the same name, a new cast, comprised of Penn State New Kensington students and local community members, will bring the hit to Penn State New Kensington’s Forum Theatre for a three-day run Nov. 2-4.
Cast members of '9 to 5: The Musical' rehearse a number from the show. The musical, featuring cast and crew from Penn State New Kensington and the local region, will hit Penn State New Kensington's Forum Theatre Nov. 2-4.
Scenes from the 2017 Off the Wall pARTy at Penn State New Kensington. The annual event, organized by the office of development and alumni relations, benefits student scholarships and cultural programming.
Penn State New Kensington students can purchase tickets to the upcoming Broadway tour production of "Wicked" in Pittsburgh. The event is part of the "Penn State in Pittsburgh" activity series for students.
New Kensington students enjoyed a production of "The Color Purple" in Pittsburgh on Nov. 14, 2017. The event is part of the campus Office of Student Life's "Penn State in Pittsburgh" series aiming to provide Penn State students the opportunity to enjoy educational, cultural, athletic and fun events in and around the city of Pittsburgh.
New Kensington students enjoy a production of "The Color Purple" in Pittsburgh on November 14, 2017. The event is part of the campus Office of Student Life's "Penn State in Pittsburgh" series aiming to provide Penn State students the opportunity to enjoy educational, cultural, athletic and fun events in and around the city of Pittsburgh.
Creative skill, imagination and intellectual achievement — the humanities — will be in the limelight at Penn Sate New Kensington’s first “Off the Wall pARTy,” from 6 to 10:30 p.m. June 16 at venues across the campus.
From Dick Cheney to Gloria Steinem, the partisan bravos for the Broadway musical ”Hamilton” emanate like a cultural kumbaya. But just how did the Tony award-winning play attract such a diverse audience in a country so politically divided? Author and scholar Andrew Schocket probes the paradox during a talk at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 13, in the Penn State New Kensington Conference Center.