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No Place For Hate Abington

Abington recommits to fighting hate, bias amid U.S. turmoil

Penn State recommitted itself during No Place For Hate Week to being a place of acceptance and pledged to do more.
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Each other's keepers: Abington works to reduce relationship violence

Penn State Abington faculty, staff, and students are volunteering to learn techniques to reduce relationship and sexual violence, known as Stand for State.
Abington new students

Working off first-day nerves at Penn State Abington

Penn State Abington welcomed the class of 2020 into the family this week. The events head off first week nerves by arming freshman with some important things: new friends and practical information, such as finding the advising office and picking up parking tags.
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York Stand for State2

Kat Valero, left, a freshman from York; the Nittany Lion; and Eden Tesfay, a freshman from Lancaster; flexed their muscles during Penn State York's Stand for State launch on Jan. 28. 

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Scene at Abington: No tolerance for relationship violence

It's your right to be safe from sexual and relationship violence, and the Penn State Abington community takes responsibility to protect each other. Stand for State training teaches tactics to effectively intervene and diffuse risky situations.
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Stand for State Abington

Penn State Abington students and staff marked the launch of Stand for State on Jan. 28. 


Abington multiplies service efforts in memory of Martin Luther King Jr.

The Penn State Abington community multiplied its service efforts for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. Initiatives included sprucing up a Philadelphia school and the first Stand for State bystander intervention training.