Though the bulletproof headline, the tweet, and/or the first 994 words of Penn State’s release didn’t mention it, non-season ticket holders will have to pay 20 dollars, cash only, to park in the Blue-White gameday lots.
Monthly Archives: June, 2016
Troy’s Philadelphia Style Hoagies is returning to Happy Valley after a decade-long hiatus. The new restaurant will takeover the storefront that used to be Callao Café, which closed in March.
Terry Pegula scrapped plans to hold a Buffalo Sabres preseason game in Rochester, New York, opting instead to relocate the game to Pegula Ice Arena in Happy Valley.
Penn State added three future non-conference opponents to its schedule: Buffalo in 2019, Ball State in 2021, and Auburn in 2021-2022.
Rocky Rodriguez was nominated for an ESPY earlier this month, and a GoFundMe was set up by current teammates to help her get to the ceremony.
Duquene Brewing Company has added Joe Paterno Light beer to its Paterno Legacy series. Now you can enjoy 12 ounces of success with honor without all the calories!
The Center for Performing Arts released their 2016-2017 schedule, including classics like Rent and Annie among newer performers like a cappella group Straight No Chaser.
Penn State students continued a four-decade long tradition of selling out student section tickets during the four-day sale.
Women’s soccer star Rocky Rodriguez is up for the 2016 Best Female College Athlete ESPY, and you get to vote her into that number one spot.
The only thing that can make a Penn State wedding even better? The former Blue Band Majorette bride performing the pre-game “Floating Lions” routine with her fellow Touch of Blue alumni to surprise her new husband.
The Philadelphia Phillies are Phor the Kids.
Men’s volleyball alums Matt Anderson, Aaron Russell, and Max Holt are headed to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, making Penn State the most-represented program on the roster.
Brandon Taylor worked out in front of Philadelphia 76ers front office members as he tries to bolster his NBA draft stock prior to Thursday’s draft.
The Tenderloins, known for their on-air hi-jinx and pranks of truTV’s “Impractical Jokers,” will perform at the Bryce Jordan Center in October as part of their national tour.
Theresa Caputo, a psychic medium who claims to be able to communicate with the dead and shares her “gift” on TLC’s “Long Island Medium,” will perform a live show at the Bryce Jordan Center in October.
A new fast/drunk food joint, Big Bite Wings and More, opened this week as a supplement to Are U Hungry, offering boneless wings with an increased variety of hand-made sauces and a number of different wraps.
If you’re set on being the next CEO of a highly successful business, you’ll be in good company.
With a pair of scholarship specialists due to arrive in a few short weeks, James Franklin and his staff at long last have the pieces in place to excel in the kicking game.
NCAA, Big Ten, and classroom champs in their own right, Raquel “Rocky” Rodriguez and Zain Retherford were named Penn State’s Student-Athletes of the Year.
TJ Sanders was named 2016 Scholar All-American by the USILA for outstanding performances on the field and in the classroom and community.
Yeezus will walk among us again. The Bryce Jordan Center announced this morning that Kanye West will return to State College on Friday, September 30 for a stop as part of his Saint Pablo Tour.
Kevin Foley, one of the most heralded golfers to ever play for Penn State, joined this week’s world-class field at famed Oakmont for the 116th U.S. Open as an alternate.