Penn State hockey, with a win over No. 14 Vermont at the Wells Fargo Center Saturday afternoon, moves to 5-7 in D-1 play at NHL rinks and 2-1 this season against ranked opponents.
Monthly Archives: January, 2015
Penn State basketball lost in the final seconds to Illinois, 60-58. D.J. Newbill scored 20 points.
James Franklin’s Saturday afternoon coop continues, as four-star safety Lavert Hill announced his commitment to Penn State after visiting campus this weekend.
Three-star safety and Pittsburgh native John Petrishen commited to Penn State today, the 24th recruit of the 2015 class.
The men’s volleyball team finally got off the schneid on Friday night, beating Mount Olive in straight sets to claim their first victory in seven games to start off the season.
After dropping a close home meet last weekend to top-ranked Minnesota, the wrestling team got back on track with a 19-15 win over Michigan in Ann Arbor.
After receiving requests from strangers on how to cope with pediatric cancer, Devon and Leah still will publish a children’s book to share their inspiring story.
Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship, the advocacy organization that has acted as kingmaker in the last two Board of Trustees alumni elections, announced its slate of endorsed candidates today. As expected, trustees Anthony Lubrano and Ryan McCombie, whose terms are up this year, will both seek a second term with PS4RS support. The third PS4RS candidate, who will run for Adam Taliaferro’s open spot on the board, is Harrisburg-based attorney and 1991 graduate Robert Tribeck.
Starting on Feb. 1, students bands can apply for the chance to perform in the 2015 Movin’ On Battle of the Bands competition. The event allows musicians to fight for the opening act spot in Penn State’s 40th annual springtime music festival.
The accolades continue to roll in for esteemed Penn State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop, who guided the Nittany Lions to rank among the nation’s defensive elite in 2014.
All we wanted was to have a little fun. We wanted to reinvigorate a historic, okay, a six-year-old rivalry. We wanted a healthy competitive event for Onward State writers and Daily Collegian writers to cathartically find some middle ground. We just wanted to have a simple crate race against the student media competition.
In a perfect world, I could afford to indulge in Chipotle burritos and Irving’s breakfast sandwiches on a daily basis. However, most days I find myself swiping my meal points away at the dining halls. To help keep the on-campus meals exciting, the Onward State staff is sharing some of its favorite dining hall dishes.
Welcome back to America’s least-insightful advice column/Q&A service: Ask Noel! Here, we suspend disbelief and believe these people genuinely have these problems and try to solve them. We also take your stupid what-ifs and general questions. Let’s get to it with a full mailbag this week.
Students in Atherton Hall had to evacuate the building when the fire alarm went off at 1:45 a.m.
A Penn State student helped develop an app that rewards its users for keeping their phones away during class time.
In the 49-year history of the Super Bowl, 44 games have featured at least one Nittany Lion. Here’s a look back at some of the most notable achievements by Penn State players in the NFL’s premier event.
A day after the Associate Pressed quoted him calling the Freeh Report “absurd” and the day the Sexual Assault and Harassment Task Force that he helped lead unveiled its findings, Penn State President Eric Barron released a lengthy letter to the Penn State community “on the challenges facing Penn State University Post-Sandusky.”
The Penn State Sexual Assault and Harassment Task Force presented their final report to President Barron today.
Today marked the first article in the series by Amos, in which he discusses his experience at the Senior Bowl, a visit to see patients at the hospital in Mobile, Alabama, and his culinary excursions.
After receiving $300,000 extra in funding at the beginning of this academic year, CAPS is on track to help about 20 percent more students than in previous years.
Despite an ice cold first half from D.J. Newbill, Penn State was able to hold on down the stretch and pick up back-to-back conference wins for the first time all season, edging Minnesota 63-58.
Despite a 20-3 second half run and a career performance by sophomore Peyton Whitted, the Lady Lions fell on the road Wednesday night against Minnesota 75-64 in Minneapolis.
A 2010 musical theatre graduate is starring in one of her dream roles as Elphaba in the legendary Broadway hit musical “Wicked.”
UPUA representative Ryan Belz strongly implied that his colleagues in the undergraduate student government are in some way plotting against him to silence his voice.
Penn State basketball proved it could win a close game without big games from its best players, with four key contributors matching or setting career marks in scoring.