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Black student union members pose with the LaGrone statue "University as Family". From left are:  Jaiden Wiggins, Joshua Brown, r Olasewere  Josephine Sesay  Ellisha Haley  Jaina Nortey  Keshawn Greene  Adia Douglas, Saige Duncan, Sheylla Romero, Quinise Armstrong and Jerome Warrick.

For over four decades, statue has served as a symbol of diversity and inclusion

For over four decades, Penn State Scranton has been home to a unique and curiosity-piquing statue that not only captivates the eye, but also embodies the spirit of unity and diversity. It is not only a unique work of art, is also a testament to a longstanding tradition of diversity at the campus.

Three female students pose on the dance floor of the Bryce Jordan Center.

"For the Kids" Always

Three Penn State Scranton students had the experience of a lifetime at THON 2024, dancing for 46 hours straight to raise money and awareness for pediatric cancer. They were also there for the announcement that Penn State Scranton had raised $32,915, putting the campus sixth in fundraising among all the Commonwealth Campuses.