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Monthly Archives: January, 2016
Defensive tackle Antonio Shelton committed to Penn State following his official visit, joining Ellison Jordan as the only defensive tackles in the 2016 class.
Unrelenting offense, fundamental mastery, and flat-out timing gave No. 6 Michigan a 6-3 win in the so-called Big Ten “Super Saturday.” It was anyone’s game until Michigan’s offense created more chances and the puck rarely left Penn State’s defensive zone.
The World’s Most Famous Arena was filled with “We Are” chants as Penn State started Super Saturday with a 79-72 loss to Michigan.
The major of Mining Engineering at Penn State is celebrating its 125 anniversary this year. With a dedication to remaining committed to students, the program prepares students for the world of mineral extraction.
Matt and Rachel Krott, siblings from West Deptford, NJ, will be among the 708 dancers in THON 2016, proving that THON really is a family event.
One positive for the Penn State men’s basketball season is the progression of sophomore point guard Payton Banks thanks to all the work he put into the offseason.
The US Men’s Lacrosse National Team added three Nittany Lions to the official U-19 roster.
Chuck Lawless was at Cafe 210 West to watch the Go-Go’s perform. A senior with no interest in finding a serious relationship had his plans derailed when he met Sydney Moser.
The tale of two fifth grade outcasts is coming to the Flex Theatre tonight in NRT’s “Bridge to Terabithia,” a stage adaptation borrowing from Katherine Paterson’s 1977 novel and the 2007 film.
We’re one day away from the much-anticipated Big Ten Super Saturday — Penn State vs. Michigan hoops at noon then hockey at night.
Michigan’s top line combined for 11 points as Penn State lost their first matchup of the season.
It’s not often you can have a beer with a U.S. Senate candidate, but then again, it’s not often people like John Fetterman are U.S. Senate candidates.
Redshirt senior wide receiver Jake Kiley will transfer elsewhere for his final season of eligibility.
Carl Nassib and Austin Johnson — two of Penn State’s best defenders — drew rave reviews from scouts in attendance during Senior Bowl practices.
This week’s THON Director Thursday features the Donor & Alumni Relations (DAR), Alumni Engagement Director Paige Schank. In our interview, Schank talks about Alumni Engagement’s recent inception and her crucial role in updating all past THONers’ awareness of the progressing philanthropy.
UPUA passed two resolutions, one bill, and approved three new representatives in its weekly meeting on Wednesday night.
The Lady Lions (8-11, 3-5 B1G) returned to the Bryce Jordan Center coming off back-to-back road wins to take on No. 5 Maryland. Unfortunately, this game did not end the same was as the previous two for Penn State.
Michigan has a storied history, but hasn’t been able to match up with the Nittany Lions in the teams’ brief rivalry. We took a look at some memorable moments from the series so far.
16-year-old Taylor Guelich is a sophomore in the College of Engineering, and already has a mile-long list of achievements. Her finest features, however, lie less in her accolades and more in her positive attitude.
Bruce Springsteen and his legendary E Street Band will return to State College on April 18, kicking off the second half of his “The River” tour in the Bryce Jordan Center. Tickets go on sale Saturday, Feburary 6 at 10 a.m. at the BJC, Ticketmaster.com, and by phone at 800-745-3000.
From “Casablanca” to “Anchorman,” your favorite movie or television show was probably produced with the help of one of these famous Penn State alumni.
The Blue and White Society will host its Rally in the Valley, a send-off for the Penn State’s men’s basketball and hockey teams headed to Madison Square Garden for the hoops and hockey doubleheader this weekend.