Bylaws Revisions Approved by Board

The Daily Collegian Alumni Interest Group Board has approved revisions to the organization’s Bylaws to clarify roles and processes — especially around resignation of officers — and to clarify the ability of former Board members to serve on the Board at future dates. The bylaw revisions will be put to a vote of AIG members during our annual election, to be held from August 30th through September 10th. The ballot…

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Two Appointed to Fill Board Vacancies

Rosa Eberly and Rob Biertempfel have been appointed to fill Collegian AIG Board vacancies created by resignations.  Rosa Eberly serves a two-year term 2021, and Rob Biertempfel serves a one-year term expiring in 2020. Rosa Eberly Rosa Eberly, Associate Professor of Communication Arts and Sciences and English, is a free-range rhetorician who studies histories and theories of rhetoric; publics theory; public memory; and deliberation. Since 1996 she has studied and…

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The Collegian AIG Needs You

 Hello, Collegian Alumni – Over the past year, the Daily Collegian Alumni Interest Group has been actively connecting alumni and supporting Collegian students. We’d like to get more alumni involved – including you! Our big event last year was the Collegian’s 130th Reunion, which brought alumni and students together for a weekend of festivities. Our most significant activities this year have been supporting the Collegian students through scholarships, funding for…

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Vote for Collegian AIG Board

Voting Open for the Collegian AIG Board

Voting is officially open for the Collegian AIG Board through September 13. You may vote for up to four candidates, each of whom serve three-year terms on the AIG Board. This year’s nominees are: Megan Hennigan David Jones Anthony Layser Casey McDermott [button link=”https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScP-UQXmvFjcVweTxVT6eFk09QPm26Iw0aLDd3V9OcgeKG3RA/viewform?usp=sf_link” size=”large” style=”tick” bg_color=”1e407c” border=”#ffffff” window=”yes”]Vote[/button] Candidate Bios Megan Hennigan ’00 Megan Hennigan graduated from Penn State University in 2000 with a degree in Marketing & International…

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Join Collegian Alumni at an Upcoming Happy Hour

Calling all Daily Collegian alumni in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and DC! Join us June 15th as we explore our cities and reconnect with old friends. Hear from AIG board members about what we have in store for the Collegian’s 130th anniversary party (#TDC130) this fall, and help us figure out how we can make your weekend back to Dear Old State more memorable. Philadelphia Time: 5 p.m. Date: June 15, 2017…

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AIG Call for Nominations

The Collegian Alumni Interest Group is looking to fill four seats on its Board of Directors. Each involves a three-year term, beginning in the summer of 2017. ELIGIBILITY: Anyone eligible for membership in the Collegian AIG — meaning anyone who once worked for The Daily Collegian — is eligible for election to the board. You must also be a member of the Penn State Alumni Association. RESPONSIBILITIES: Members participate by…

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Collegian Inc. Invites Applications for General Manager

Collegian Inc., publisher of The Daily Collegian at Penn State, is seeking applications for general manager. The position requires “an outstanding leader with significant experience in digital as well as print news and business operations to provide vision, direction and inspiration in leading this independent student organization into the future of student media.” For complete information and to apply for this position, see the posting on The Daily Collegian website.  

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Daily Collegian wins Online Pacemaker Award

The Daily Collegian was awarded an Online Pacemaker Award during the National College Media Convention held Oct. 28 to Nov. 2 in Philadelphia. The Pacemaker award is the highest award given by the Associated Collegiate Press to online college student publications. This competition replaces ACP’s Best of the Net competition, which began in 1995 as the first nationwide competition for online college student publications. The web site must be produced…

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