Penn State students get religion classes
Tribune news services
Published September 29, 2006
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- An evangelical seminary plans to open a small campus where Penn State students can take religion classes that would count toward graduation.
Eastern University, a 3,700-student school based in the Philadelphia suburb of St. Davids, plans to offer four classes starting in January to coincide with the Penn State spring semester. The courses will be taught downtown in church buildings. the rest