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Biyun Song and her grandma at Jungfrau in the Alps in Switzerland.
WPSU's This I Believe

I Believe in Traveling with Grandma

Posted on February 16, 2017

My grandma is 60 years older than me. But that doesn’t stop us from traveling together. Our footprints cover many regions of the world — from Sichuan, China to Taiwan, from Thailand to South Korea, from France to Italy. We have been traveling together for more than 15 years. Continue »


Essayist Laura Sarge reviewed "Wonder" by R.J. Palacio.
WPSU's BookMark

“Wonder” By R.J. Palacio

Posted on February 7, 2017

The idea behind Bellefonte READS! is to bring our community together, to start conversations, learn together, and strengthen our community through communication and reading. This year we chose a book that will resonate with families on a local level, a book that deals with issues that we see every day in our own community. Continue »


Chef John Folse with guests Carolyn Donaldson and Michael DelGrosso
Event Highlights

Connoisseur’s Dinner 2017 Highlights

Posted on February 7, 2017

WPSU would like to thank our sponsors, auction item donors, guests, staff, and volunteers, and especially Chef John Folse for a wonderful evening, and a successful event! Visit WPSU Penn State’s Flickr Gallery for photos from the dinner and cooking demonstration. Continue »


many bundles of different size and species wood boards
SciTech Now

Episode 313

Posted on February 3, 2017

Long forgotten, a wood collection at Penn State is getting a second look. Now, one professor is dedicating his time to organizing it and unlocking its secrets to help advance science. Plus, as the climate changes, the outcome for winter sports is unclear. That’s where fat bikes come in. Continue »

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Essayist Natalie Sullivan
WPSU's This I Believe

I Believe in Fat

Posted on February 3, 2017

I believe in fat. Not too long ago, I would have said, “I believe I’m fat.” But my mindset has shifted, because I’m in the midst of recovery. This is me speaking, not my eating disorder convincing me that my body is a worthless, loathsome shell. Continue »