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Student Association Inc. announces club and organization budget for 2021-22 academic year

Student Association Inc. April 13, 2021

A Message from the Chief Financial Officer of the Student Association, Incorporated: The Covid 19 pandemic has created a new environment of uncertainty when it comes to money.  The last time the entire...

Integration Insights for Students

Integration Insights for Students

Cal U Communications April 12, 2021

INTEGRATION INSIGHTS FOR STUDENTS Welcome to Integration Insights for Students, a weekly series to update you about plans for the Western Integration of Cal U, Clarion and Edinboro universities.  Students,...

Cal U approves Trauma Certificate for social work and psychology majors

Cal U approves Trauma Certificate for social work and psychology majors

Veonna King, Staff Writer April 1, 2021

Trauma can have serious impacts on behavioral health, mental health, work, school and well-being. This certificate combines the discipline-specific approaches to Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) of both psychology...

California University of Pennsylvania Interim President Robert J. Thorn

Interim University President Robert Thorn’s “Campus Talk” addresses merger, the future of academic programs, commencement plans

Tom Caton, Editor in Chief March 31, 2021

On March 25, Interim University President, Robert Thorn, invited all Cal U students to attend a virtual rendition of this semester's "Campus Talk." "Campus Talk" is an event held every semester where...

Mental Health Awareness Days, March 30 and April 14, 2021

“Mental Health Awareness Days” at Cal U to include outdoor activities, live music, food trucks, March 30 and April 14

Cal Times March 24, 2021

It has been extremely difficult over the last year with the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. With that being said, perhaps the academic year has been a little more strenuous on students and faculty. But, have...

“Pass the Popcorn” celebrates untold stories in film  

“Pass the Popcorn” celebrates untold stories in film  

Hannah Wyman, News Editor March 24, 2021

“I ask no favor for my sex, all I ask of our brethren is that they take their feet off our necks.”  These words seemed to reverberate during Women’s History Month as moviegoers watched Ruth...

Cal U Women's History Month 2021:

Black Student Union and Women United host virtual forum in celebration of women’s history month

Veonna King, Staff Writer March 24, 2021

Black Student Union and Women United co-hosted an event on March.11 in celebration of Women’s History Month titled the “Ugly Truth.” Students and panelists discussed topics such as colorism, sexism,...

Academic departments finding ways to ease student stress on Mental Health Awareness Days

Academic departments finding ways to ease student stress on Mental Health Awareness Days

Tom Caton, Editor in Chief March 24, 2021

A lot has happened during the pandemic over this last year. While it can be important to reflect on what has happened and to look forward to the future, it is helpful to maintain good mental health. Tuesday,...

Cal U plans in-person Commencement

Cal U Communications March 17, 2021

Cal U is planning to hold a modified in-person Commencement this spring for the Class of 2021, interim University President Robert Thorn announced on March 15. All ceremonies will be held in the University’s...

Aerial view of Dixon Hall and the James J. Manderino Library.

APSCUF hosts virtual town hall about state system schools consolidation 

Veonna King, Staff Writer March 17, 2021

The Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF) represents the faculty of Pennsylvania’s 14 publicly owned universities. Last week, APSCUF held a virtual town hall on...

Have online classes caused a decline in mental health for students?

Have online classes caused a decline in mental health for students?

Tom Caton, Editor in Chief March 17, 2021

The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has led California University of Pennsylvania, as well as many other state universities, to transition classes to an online setting, to prevent the spread of the virus. Over...

Workers of the Cal U Cupboard accepting and sorting donations in the Natali Student Center.

Are you a student in need? Cal U Cupboard offers free essentials to students 

Veonna King, Staff Writer March 17, 2021

Operated by Cal U’s Center for Volunteer Programs and Service Learning, the campus-based food pantry helps its students with necessities. Previously located in the Natali Student Center, Cal U Cupboard...

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