Football players Garrett Sickels, Anthony Smith, Wendy Laurent, and Brent Wilkerson were arrested and charged with criminal mischief last night.
Monthly Archives: October, 2014
Behind the away team’s net in Pegula Ice Arena, you can find the Roar Zone, Penn State Hockey’s appropriately named student section. Its steep bleachers and soul-crushing chants help it add to a hostile environment for anyone not wearing blue and white.
In 2003, the chairman of the College Republicans hosted a Halloween party where one of the guests wore blackface. Members of the Undergraduate Student Government were in attendance, but no one spoke out against a multitude of offensive costumes. When the chairman shared photos of the event on his website, a controversy ignited. And after all this, Penn State still debates if it is permissible for students to use other cultures for their costumes.
Lisa Jackson, former head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and current Vice President of Environmental Initiatives at Apple Inc., will be the keynote speaker for the 2014 Colloquium on the Environment on Thursday, Nov. 6 at 6 p.m. in Schwab Auditorium.
A subcommittee has been meeting since April with the responsibility to design and plan the addition of a new, general instruction building to campus.
If Maryland coach Randy Edsall gets his way, Penn State and Maryland will soon call one another rivals. Obviously, there is work to be done for that to become a reality.
The Penn State secondary will have a tough task on their hands this Saturday, as they will have to match up against Maryland wide receiver Stefon Diggs. Diggs is one of the most electrifying players that the Nittany Lions will have to face all year. Combining the agility of Tavon Austin, and the versatile playmaking ability of Percy Harvin, Diggs poses a threat to score every time he touches the ball. Let’s take a look at what makes Diggs so special.
Eric Frein, the man accussed of killing Penn State alumna Bryon Dickson, has been captured by Pennsylvania State Police.
Penn State’s Chapter for Uplifting Athletes has now raised $1 million for kidney cancer research, becoming the first university to reach this prestigious milestone.
Penn State announced the addition of another cupcake to a future schedule today, as Appalachian State will come to Beaver Stadium to open the 2018 season on Sept. 1, 2018. Penn State’s schedules from 2015-18 are now complete.
If you’re like me, you have absolutely no game. I’m talking a complete inability to say anything clever, funny, or sexy to anyone, regardless of sobriety level. Realizing my shortcomings, the Onward State staff decided to help out and compile a list of Penn State-themed pickup lines. We’ll provide a list here for your viewing pleasure, and hope you utilize them to the best of your abilities.
We’re happy to congratulate two Onward State alumni for their engagement on the Beaver Stadium field.
University alum and award-winning sportswriter Michael Weinreb will speak at 6 p.m. Thursday in Foster Auditorium.
Richards and Mulvey, who run the World in Conversation Center, will be in Doha from Nov. 4-6. The event focuses on innovating global education.
Fall has been in full swing for about a month here in Happy Valley, and that can only mean one thing: The endless mix of cold weather is on the way. It’s sad, I know, but it’s inevitable. Even worse than winter itself is being unprepared for the season, waking up one day freezing in your bed, and wondering what all that white stuff outside is. We at Onward State have prepared you with some warning signs that the cold is coming.
Which Wings Over menu item is the best? We’ve decided to settle the debate and we need your help.