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University abuzz with construction
One year into a $500 million, five-year capital construction plan announced in 1997, Penn State is ahead of schedule and already looking at projects further down the road.
New group forms to help adult learners
As part of the new Commission for Adult Learners, Limbert and 23 others will provide a visible support system for adult students. The group, formed in May, reports to four senior administrators and is expected to foster coordination of information about adult learners and will act as an advocate for adult learners' concerns.
Tax reform act ends amusement tax
As a result of Act 50, the tax reform legislation signed into law May 5 by Gov. Tom Ridge, the State College Area school board abolished its planned amusement tax.
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