Defensive back Jordan Lucas was selected by the Miami Dolphins with the No. 204 pick in the NFL draft.
Monthly Archives: April, 2016
Zettel, Penn State’s beloved tree-tackling super athlete, went No. 202 overall in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft to the Detroit Lions.
Defensive tackle Kamonte Carter was dismissed from Penn State after violating team rules.
No. 18 Penn State delivered a huge victory on an emotional Senior Day in which the Nittany Lions dedicated their locker room to fallen teammate Connor Darcey.
Hackenberg departs from Penn State as the only 8,000-yard passer in program history, and holds various other Penn State passing records.
Carl Nassib was selected by the Cleveland Browns with the 65th pick in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
X Ambassadors delivered a high-energy performance to a rain-soaked crowd as Movin’ On’s fourth act.
Austin Johnson became the first Nittany Lion to come off the board after the Tennessee Titans took him at No. 43 overall in the 2016 NFL Draft.
The Vive, an innovative approach to communication devices, is one of five startups supported by Happy Valley LaunchBox.
This years winner of the battle of the bands, Cecil Blutcher, will be opening for Movin’ On 2016.
Zeno’s has historically always been quirky, but the writings on the bathroom walls are the icing on the cake.
Our freshman staffers reflected on their first year in Happy Valley and share what they learned along the way.
Deanna Spaniel and Ben Nason combine school pride and a delicious snack with their all natural blue and white potato chips.
UPUA penned a letter commending the Alumni Association for its generosity in supporting the 2016 Class Gift Campaign.
Here’s everything you need to know about Penn State’s free music festival. Headlined by Walk the Moon and including performances by Nelly, Misterwives, X Ambassadors, Sammy Adams, and Cecil Blutcher, the concert will take over the IM Fields tonight starting at 3:30 p.m.
Finals week inevitably means more time spent on campus — eating, collecting free stuff, attending de-stress events, and (hopefully) studying. With this in mind, the university has extended hours next week for dining halls, parking, CATAbuses, and the library.
A Penn State alumnus walked through the ridiculously long Bernie Sanders rally line and talked to just about everyone there in the process.
Take part in the Official Onward State 2016 NFL Draft Drinking Game™ for a night of draft picks, alcohol, and enjoyment.
East Halls is revealing the contents of a recently-found time capsule from 1965 and saying goodbye to the beloved Big Onion next week.
John Urschel is bringing his mathematical expertise to the NFL Draft where he is partnering with GE to evaluate the top picks.
“Remember no man is a failure who has friends.”
UPUA prepared for summer in its final meeting of the 2015-16 school year last night. In the words of Vice President Katie Jordan: “H.A.G.S.!”