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A student at Opportunity House carrying a tray of appetizers

Students turn emergency shelter into five-star restaurant

Penn State Berks students turned Opportunity House, the Reading emergency shelter, into a five-star restaurant for its clients on the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017.
Tully's worker prepares an order at the quesadilla bar

Beyond the burger: Campus dining gets major overhaul

From hand-dipped creamery ice cream to weekly burrito bars and surf-and-turf nights, dining at Penn State Berks has gotten a major overhaul since Jonathan Kukta took over.
There's no place like Berks logo

Family and Homecoming Weekend to be held Sept. 22–24

Students, faculty and staff at Penn State Berks will welcome family and alumni to campus when the college hosts its annual Family and Homecoming Weekend, from Friday, Sept. 22, to Sunday, Sept. 24.

Orientation Leaders with the Nittany Lion Shrine

Caution: Bright Futures Ahead

Berks orientation leaders ease transition to college life
Retired FBI Supervisory Agent James “Fitz” Fitzgerald

The Criminal Mind

James Fitzgerald, a former student at Penn State Berks and Penn State alumnus and the FBI agent responsible for bringing the Unabomber to justice, will be portrayed in the scripted Discovery Channel miniseries titled "Manhunt: Unabomber", premiering August 1.
Shot of "The Woods" sign outside the residence halls on campus

Come “home” to the residence halls at Penn State Berks

At Penn State Berks, we’re all about community and that starts with where you live, eat, and sleep. On-campus housing serves 800+ students in two great living options: The Village and The Woods.
Students from Penn State Berks traveled to Poland to work on preservation efforts at Auschwitz.

Preserving History

Students from Penn State Berks entered Auschwitz as curious scholars and left with a greater appreciation for the horrors of war, and in particular, the Holocaust.
Penn State Berks students formed an assembly line to make as many sandwiches for the homeless as possible between sessions.

Berks Alternative Spring Break travels to Belfast

Penn State Berks students and staff traveled to Belfast, Ireland to work on initiatives related to youth, hunger, and homelessness–all major issues facing citizens of Northern Ireland.