Gorillas for Hire

Sara Seals | reporter With a student population of more than 7,000 and only enough on-campus positions to employ roughly 1,000 at a time, competition for positions can be tough. “The best advice I offer to students looking for an on campus position is to get your resumé looked at,” said Kim Hull, student employment coordinator. This is one of the services offered free to students at the Career Service Center located on the second floor of Horace Mann. Hull says that students are always welcome to come to the center without an appointment. Regular business hours are from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. With a large variety of on-campus jobs available, Hull says to…

Easier for some, but not for all

Grads master evaluations Sara Seals | Collegio Reporter For many students, enduring the stress of finals as an undergraduate is enough for a lifetime. However, some students choose to go through it again to receive a graduate d cialis online purchase egree. “Even through the stress, I am enjoying every minute and learning a lot along the way,” said Lori Dyer, graduate student in English literature. Throughout the semester, graduate students must take nine credit hours to be a full time student, while undergraduates must have 12 hours. The difference in the requirements is the more demanding workload in graduate courses “This workload is more time consuming,” said Lance Gordon, graduate student in technology education….

Have you seen my gorilla?

Janelle Kranker, a senior in art, models her winning t-shirt design from the SAC and CAC t-shirt contest. As the winner Kranker's shirt will be sold by the University Bookstore.

Sara Seals | Collegio Reporter After hours of working in front of her computer, filtering through dozens of different directions for the right design, Janelle Kranker finally brought her concept to life. “The entry form asked for some cialis online thing that showed school spirit and that was PSU related,” said Kranker, senior in art. “This is where I got the idea for the gorilla face on the underside of the shirt.” In October, SAC presented students with an opportunity to design a T-shirt that will be sold in the campus bookstore. Ashley Cross, event coordinator, says the students had to create an original T-shirt design that met various guidelines. In addition to relating to…