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SVP addresses family relationships as part of health relationships series

For the past five weeks, the Students for Violence Prevention have been hosting a six-part series about building healthy relationships. This week, the topic discussed was how to set boundaries within family relationships.   Megan Woodfield, graduate student in psychology and director of the six-week series, says she felt this was one of the more important topics she …

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New air cleaning systems installed in residence halls to improve air quality

For many students, their first few years are spent in the residence halls. PSU’s residence halls have undergone significant renovations, restorations and expansions over the past decade to improve the quality of life for students in the dorms.   Recently, as part of the improvements made to the residence halls, new air cleaning systems were installed …

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GIT student’s work featured by Spiva Center for the Arts

PhotoSpiva is a national photography competition hosted each year by Spiva Center for the Arts. The competition is open to any photographer in the United States.   Senior in graphic communications Lauren Bryan’s ‘In Sickness and in Health’ is part of the PhotoSpiva 2021 exhibit. The Spiva Center for the Arts is located in …

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