Little Learners Help with Rutledge Dedication
The preschool is formally dedicated during a ceremony on Dec. 10.
Two Win Student of Year Honors
Graduating seniors Carrie Kromer and Lakijai Bynum are honored by the President's Commission for the Status of Women.
New Member, Good Audit for Council of Trustees
Cal U leadership group meets for the final time in 2018.
From California to California
The campus pitches in to donate food and clothing that will benefit students at California Elementary School.
TV Ads Present a Glimpse of Cal U
Created with prospective students in mind, the commercials show actual Cal U students and faculty in classrooms, labs and playing fields on campus.
Belko Posts All-American Finish
California University of Pennsylvania women's cross country team placed 26th in the team standings at the NCAA National Championships.
Art on Display, for Sale
Student works will be available in Manderino Library, Vulcan Gallery and the Ceramics Studio.
Students Display Scholarship at Poster Day
The fall event was sponsored by Cal U's Center for Undergraduate Research.
Dedication Set for Rutledge Institute Preschool
Cal U will dedicate the new home of the Rutledge Institute preschool program at a child-friendly ceremony from 11 a.m.-noon Dec. 10 in Morgan Hall. The entire campus community is invited to attend.
Students Psyched for 'Mindhunter' Chance
Dozens of Cal U students lined up inside the Performance Center on Nov. 27 to be photographed and submit wardrobe measurements in hopes of landing roles as extras on 'Mindhunter,' the award-winning Netflix web television show.
Eberly Scholars Express Thanks
The Eberly Scholarships at Cal U allow eligible students from Greene and Fayette counties to attend tuition-free.
Holly Day Dec. 2
The California Borough Recreation Authority and Cal U welcome everyone to California Holly Day, 4-6 p.m. in the Natali Student Center.
Cal U Presents 'The Happy Elf' Dec. 6-9
Family-friendly musical comedy is presented by the Department of Music and Theatre.
Vulcans Kicker Earns Academic Honor
Sophomore Brian Alsobrooks boasts 3.96 GPA.
Belko Wins Title, Vulcans Earn National Qualifier
Cal U advances to NCAA Nationals as a team for the third time in four years.
Flurry of Music Concerts to End the Year
Various Cal U ensembles are warming up for performances that are open to the University community and the public.
Warm-Clothes, Food Drive Through Dec. 3
Cal U seeks items to help students at California Elementary.
Vulcans Volleyball Makes NCAA Tournament
First-round match is Thursday, Nov. 15.
Students Give Back at Rise Against Hunger
70 volunteers pack 10,000 meal boxes in two hours as part of an effort to end world hunger.
Panelists Break Down Election Results
Experts explored voters' motivations and the midterm results before a standing-room-only audience in Eberly Hall.
Bourque: Have a Plan B
Former NHL star stresses the importance of meeting challenges and the resources Cal U provides to help students to do so.
Student Artwork on Display
'Nature/Post-Nature' will be in Vulcan Gallery Nov. 13-20.
Runner Wins PSAC Title
Senior Alicia Belko became just the third Vulcans student-athlete in program history -- but the second in two years -- to win the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) women's cross country championship.
Destination Days for Transfer Students
Destination Days make it easy to complete your education at Cal U.
Student Veterans: 'Today's Scholars, Tomorrow's Leaders'
Veterans Day dinner guest speaker Jared Lyon emphasizes the academic success that student veterans often achieve.
Netflix 'Mindhunter' Crew Talks Sociology, Holds Open Auditions
Cal U students can learn more about the Netflix original series Mindhunter -- and audition for roles as extras on the award-winning show -- from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27, in the Performance Center inside the Natali Student Center.
Students to Pack Meals
Rise Against Hunger on Nov. 14 is one opportunity for Cal U students to give back during series of events meant to focus on hunger and homelessness.
'Science You Can See (and Hear)'
Cal U Professor Gregg Gould and his son, Colin, will present scientific principles at the Faraday Lecture in Pittsburgh.
Panel Returns Nov. 13 for Midterm Analysis
Jon Delano, of KDKA-TV, will moderate as a group of experts breaks down the results of the Nov. 6 vote.