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Fayette campus to host panel on religion

The Coalition for Equity at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus will present Religions of the World Jan. 26 at 6:30 p.m.
Lauren and Esteban Esteban

Together serving, then studying at Fayette campus

Lauren and Esteban Esteban fell in love three years ago while serving in the Army as Stryker combat vehicle mechanics in Washington. After leaving the military in 2016, the couple and their two young girls moved to Lauren’s native southwestern Pennsylvania and immediately started working on their civilian future.
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Future of 3D printing looks bright at Fayette campus

One instructor at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus has been working to expand educational opportunities for 3D printing at his campus, through both his classes and his push for a dedicated 3D printing center.
From left are Michelle Yezek, shelter worker Ken Kidd, Marcos Lopez, and Matt Palahunik.

Students gather on Fayette campus for Day of Service

Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus hosted 75 students from the University’s western campuses on Jan. 16 for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, an annual opportunity to perform acts to benefit communities. Besides Fayette, Beaver, Behrend, DuBois, Greater Allegheny and New Kensington also participated.

Fayette campus to hold admissions event for athletes

Students interested in playing a team sport while in college are invited to Athletic Recruit Day Feb. 4 at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus.
St. Vincent de Paul Society representative Jody Wells, second from left, Rian Davis, Geoffrey Salitrik, Dan Bollbecker, William Cramer, and instructor Don Wilson.

Fayette campus class does good deed for local charity

Jody Wells of the St. Vincent de Paul Society is always seeking workers for the charity’s second-hand store in downtown Uniontown, but for the past year she had another mission: finding somebody to redesign the organization’s “boring” website that drew few visitors and no new volunteers.