Friends and family of Stephanie Inman will host a candlelight vigil at Old Main tomorrow night to honor her life…
Monthly Archives: October, 2016
If you’re a Penn State fan into extreme facial hair and supporting good causes, you’re in luck. Five of Penn State’s student sections — Cooperstown, the Roar Zone, Legion of Blue, Wrecking Crew, and Nittanyville — are teaming up to give you #OneTeamMovember.
The Diamond Lions unveiled their 2017 season schedule, headlined by a trip to face powerhouse TCU in the season opener.
The sophomore running back was named to the list of 18 for the award given to college football’s best player.
Penn State men’s hockey moved up in the national rankings after a sweep of Canisius last weekend.
Sophomore Saquon Barkley picked up his second Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors this season following a career-high 277 yards of total offense at Purdue.
Barkley had a career day against the Boilermakers in a 62-24 win.
No. 21 Penn State could not break through against Rutgers, falling 2-0 in their Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal matchup.
Penn State’s Board of Trustees announced without explanation that it will no longer stream or record the public comment session.
Penn State men’s hockey continued its five-game unbeaten streak with a 4-2 victory over Canisius.
Saquon Barkley put up a career-high 277 total yards and two touchdowns in No. 24 Penn State’s emphatic 62-24 win. Joe Moorhead’s offense was unstoppable in the second half.
“I don’t want to say we’re a second half team because we’re trying to change that,” Franklin said. “We’ve done a better job of that recently, but today it helped coming in telling the guys ‘no worries, stick to the plan. We’re a second half team. We’re going to come out and make some adjustments.'”
James Franklin’s newly-ranked Nittany Lions took the field in Ross-Ade Stadium searching for their third-straight bowl berth. They did just that in a 45-7 second half.
No. 10 Penn State (17-5, 9-2 Big Ten) was outdueled by Lauren Carlini and the Badgers (16-25, 18-25, 25-18, 21-25) in front of a sold-out UW Field House Friday night.
The Alzheimer’s Association will paint Medlar Field purple tomorrow when the foundation hosts a State College edition of its “Walk to End Alzheimer’s.”
Penn State capped off its Big Ten Regular Season Championship season with a number of players earning honors.
Investigators are looking into how university officials handled allegations of sexual misconduct against former Penn State wrestler Nate Parker, according…