For 11 straight hours starting at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, ESPN will air its annual National Signing Day coverage and Penn State will be one of 16 schools prominently featured throughout the broadcast.
Monthly Archives: January, 2017
The Penn State Office for Global Programs released a message tonight about Donald Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration announcing the office has created a Global Programs website to help Penn State international students and faculty navigate this situation.
Think your band has what it takes to perform at Movin’ On? Battle of the Bands applications are now open.
With signing day less than 24 hours away, the 2017 class has taken to Twitter to keep the world updated on their future.
“We’re going to Minnesota to play the Gophers…it doesn’t get much better a challenge than that. You can look at it either way — the bigger the difficulty the bigger the opportunity. Things are going against us right now, and we have to figure out a way to come out of it.”
Wouldn’t it be better to have more options? Not necessarily.
Penn State is currently on pace for its best conference record under Pat Chambers this season. It hasn’t all been pretty, but the future is certainly bright.
We sent two of our staffers to try State College’s newest vegan restaurant, and they were pleasantly surprised.
Sophomore forward Andrew Sturtz along with freshmen forward Denis Smirnov and goalie Peyton Jones earned the three nominations — the most ever for Penn State.
Two Penn Staters — Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee and Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake — were on hand in Orlando for last night’s NFL Pro Bowl.
Senior Allen Cao created a vintage clothing company to supply unique retro Penn State gear.
A Penn Stater is co-founder of record label Taylor Gang and he’s living a life of dreams in the music industry. He manages Grammy-nominated Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa.
Despite the outcome, our hockey beat’s first road trip of the season was a good time. Here are some of the best sights and sounds from the Wells Fargo Center:
The event, open to LGBTQA students and allies, is designed to create a discussion “realistic struggles and acts of bias.”
The mosaic took several years to complete and contains a collection of photographs submitted by students, alumni, and THON supporters/volunteers from around the world.
Back for a 3rd time, Ultimate Midget Wrestling returns to Champs Downtown on Tuesday, Jan. 31.
Penn State Campus Residential Dining, along with the National Pork Board and the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, invites all Penn State students to participate in two very special lunch and dinners with one-of-a-kind pork and seafood options.
No. 2 Penn State wrestling rolled over Northwestern with a 45-3 win in front of 6,630 fans at Rec Hall.
Members of the State College and Penn State community on Sunday gathered in front of the Allen Street gates to voice their opposition to President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration.
Barron announced that Penn State is joining the Association of American Universities in asking that Trump’s executive order on immigration be removed as soon as possible.
The Nittany Lions (16-4-2) suffered their second consecutive loss for the first time this season as they fell to Princeton 5-4 in Philadelphia.
Penn State held on to beat Illinois in a relatively full Bryce Jordan Center Saturday afternoon. Though the Lions held the lead almost the entire game, they dropped from a 20-point halftime lead to win by only four.
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness mixed a setlist of new songs and throwbacks for a great concert to conclude the Student Programing Association’s SPA Day 2017.