This week's top stories from across Penn State:
CALL TO ACTION: Penn State President Eric Barron is asking the University community to write to their legislators in light of the extended state budget stalemate in Harrisburg.
PRESIDENTIAL PROCLAMATION: The University is examining the impact of a recent proclamation by President Donald Trump that will add new procedures for visitors to the United State from eight countries.
'ALL IN' COMMEMORATION: Second-year architecture students used the completed plans for the "All In" Commemorative Piece, along with lots of string and balloons, to learn how to stake out a location and translate drawings to the actual building site outside Old Main.
OPEN HOUSE: The President's Office Open House is set for Oct. 13 in Old Main.
ANXIOUS MOMS: Babies of moms with anxiety spend more time focusing on threats in their environment, according to researchers. In a study, the baby's age didn't affect how long they looked at threats, suggesting a genetic element to how anxiety develops.
EXERCISE IS MEDICINE: Exercise is Medicine Week is set for Oct. 9-13 and will include the opening of the Center for Fitness and Wellness in the Intramural Building.
HURRICANE RELIEF: Penn State Greater Allegheny's Black Student Union has been working to collect items for hurricane relief efforts.