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Talk, film screening to take place at Penn State Brandywine in February

As part of events taking place during Black History Month at Penn State Brandywine, Michael Africa Sr. and Debbie Africa, onetime members of the black liberation group MOVE, and their son, Michael Africa Jr., will give a talk on Feb. 28.
Chevelle Thomas is a Penn State Brandywine Lion Ambassador.

Student workers gain experience at Penn State Brandywine

Student workers are an integral part of campus life at Penn State Brandywine. While gaining valuable skills and experience, they also provide support in critical areas of campus operations, including Student Affairs, tech support, food services and Lion Ambassadors.

Traveling exhibit uses artifacts to educate during Black History Month

Fred Saffold III, founder of the True Black History Museum, brought more than 150 artifacts, including original documents from historic figures such as Frederick Douglass and Booker T. Washington, to Penn State Brandywine on Feb. 5. He presented the True Black History Museum’s “A Tribute to the African-American Journey” exhibit to celebrate Black History Month.
Penn State Brandywine senior forward Brandi James

Brandywine Athletics week in review: Feb. 1-7

Penn State Brandywine’s men’s and women’s basketball teams enter the last week of the regular season in the middle of heated postseason races.
Penn State Laureate John Champagne

Penn State Laureate to discuss the relationship of art and politics

The problematic and contradictory relationship between the art of Italian painter, sculptor and muralist Corrado Cagli and the fascist government that supported him will be explored in a presentation by Penn State Laureate John Champagne at Penn State Brandywine.