Russ Rose’s Nittany Lions remained unbeaten in Big Ten play thanks to a straight-sets victory (25-22, 25-20, 25-13) over Michigan State Friday night in Rec Hall.
Monthly Archives: September, 2016
Penn State announced Friday that freshman forward Joe Hampton has withdrawn from the university and will be leaving the Nittany Lion basketball team.
The annual event is a collaboration between the Blue Band and Pennsylvania high school bands.
W.O.R.D.S. poets David Gaines and Davon Clark use their writing to understand religion and move on from a dark place brought on by drug use.
The Sky’s The Limit Ballooning has been flying over State College for decades and gives locals and travelers alike a bird’s-eye view of Centre County.
In a haze of uncertainty surrounding Penn State hockey’s goalie situation, one thing’s for sure: There’s absolutely no bad blood between Chris Funkey and Peyton Jones in the competition for the starting position.
A 21-year-old man is facing charges after police say he was seen masturbating in a vehicle on the Penn State campus.
The Penn State College Republicans and College Democrats debated the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) and the United States’ role in the South China Sea on Wednesday night of the second annual PSU Votes Week.
Offensive line coach Matt Limegrover has helped the Lions prepare to take on his old team this weekend.
Breaking Bad’s RJ Mitte spoke his disability, the challenges we all face, and his acting career.
Would you wear a button on your backpack or shirt courtesy of UPUA and its “WhatToFix” campaign? The assembly is split.
The website created the list based on factors like National Championship wins and average home game attendance.
Take a look back at what life was like when undefeated Minnesota visited Beaver Stadium back in 2005.
Emily Frederick competed in the 2016 Paralympic shot put F40 classification and now is back in Happy Valley for her freshman year.
“I am hoping to expand our campaigns offering to our alumni, making our communication even more targeted and specific to certain segments of alumni, and growing the awareness of our committee and our capabilities across the Penn State campus.”
Penn State, along with the entire Big Ten, will honor fallen Nebraska and Michigan State punters Sam Holtz and Mike Sadler during the coin toss prior to Saturday’s Minnesota game.
The Big Ten announced that the targeting penalty called against linebacker Brandon Smith against Michigan should have been reversed.
One Penn State freshman went viral after she printed out her roommate’s subtweets at her and hung them up on their dorm wall.
Grace Fisk and Laura Freigang, who hail from London and Oppenheim, Germany, respectively, made an immediate impact upon their arrival and already fit right in with the Nittany Lions.
Pennsylvania Poet-Advocate Arlyn Edelstein, who was diagnosed with non-verbal cerebral palsy, will recite poems using the newly patented motion-activated augmented personal speech assistant invented by Mary Elizabeth McCulloch, a recent Penn State biomedical engineering graduate.
Evan Finney started the year for the Nittany Lions in goal, but after an injury, Arie Ammann took over and did well. Finney is back and the starting spot is up for grabs.