Cynthia Berger / WPSU Producer
State Patty’s Day is a holiday created by students; the main way to celebrate is by drinking. Commentator and State College police captain Dana Leonard makes the case for a responsible State Patty’s Day. Police Chief Thomas King contributed to this commentary, which also appears in the Centre Daily Times. Watch for ongoing coverage of alcohol issues in Centre County
Mr. Agreeable is a collection of flash fiction that is both funny and unsettling.
The 2010 census is gearing up. WPSU’s Cynthia Berger looks at local efforts to reach “hard to count” groups.
This coming-of-age story takes place in a Pennsylvania mining town in the 1920’s.
This young adult fiction novel takes place at the height of the civil rights movement.
Pennsylvania poet Kathleen Bonnano has written a shocking and moving collection of poems about the murder of her daughter.
Two of the 9/11 terrorists boarded their flights in Portland, Maine. Did they expect lax security at a smaller airport? No one knows for sure. WPSU’s Cynthia Berger takes a look at security at small airports in rural Pennsylvania.
This Newbury-award winning novel for young adults captures the life of a family with an autistic child.
What sounded like gunfire on the Penn State-University Park campus recently WAS a war of sorts: The University’s “Crow Relocation Program.” Thousands of roosting crows are making a big mess, and the university wants them to move away from buildings and people.