The Latest from WPSU

Aerial view of community in Curwensville, PA
Our Town

Curwensville

Posted on June 9, 2017

Storytellers from the Curwensville area came together to capture stories of their community with video, photos and memories for the 92nd production in the Our Town series. Continue »

 

Patty Satalia and guests on the set of Conversations Live
Conversations Live

Get Your Garden On! (Spring 2017)

Posted on June 1, 2017

Waking up the garden to a new growing season is about more than soil and seedlings...spring is a pick-me-up for the home gardener as well. Penn State Extension specialists and a master gardener join us to share their tips for the best growing season ever. They also take viewer questions. Continue »

 

Patty Satalia
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#ThankYouPatty

Posted on June 1, 2017

Patty Satalia celebrates her retirement this week. Congratulations Patty. We wish you all the best in your new adventures and future undertakings. We are deeply honored to have had such an amazing and talented personality on the team. Continue »

 

The Cove
Our Town

The Cove

Posted on June 1, 2017

Storytellers from the Martinsburg and Roaring Spring area share stories about local attractions like the Everett Railroad and Mamie's Cafe, and agricultural stories that include Pygmy goats and a world record dairy cow. Continue »

 

WPSU app displayed on smart phone
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Introducing the WPSU App!

Posted on May 24, 2017

Take Public Media anywhere you go with the WPSU mobile app available for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android and Amazon devices. Continue »

 

A Taste of Innovation
Event Highlights

A Taste of Innovation

Posted on May 24, 2017

WPSU would like to thank everyone who supported A Taste of Innovation, a benefit event for WPSU-FM. We had special appearances by Clifford, the Big Red Dog, chef demonstrations, live music and almost 30 food and wine vendors! Visit WPSU’s Flickr stream for photos from the event. Continue »

 

Botanists looking at plant samples
SciTech Now

Episode 326

Posted on May 23, 2017

Discover the Penn State Herbarium where dead plants gain a new life. Also, learn about acoustic architecture. And see how researchers are tracking pelicans with solar power. Continue »