Monthly Archives: March, 2017
With more than 2 million students taking the SAT and ACT tests every year, competition to get into the best colleges and universities is higher than ever. The best way to help your child prepare for the big test is to hire a professional from Tutor Doctor State College.
“After the death of Timothy Piazza, I was amazed at the number of older people so ready to condemn kids aged 18-22 for their negligence. I was amazed not because I condoned their negligence, but because I wondered what other than blame-shifting and poor behavior we could expect from the kids in an environment where they receive no meaningful ethical or moral instruction — or more importantly, actual modeled moral behavior.”
Penn State Greek life has allowed thousands of men just like me to grow into better people and successful members of society. Depriving anyone of this amazing opportunity, even for just a semester, is not only a disservice to the students but a hypocritical action of the university.
Penn State is offering a BS/MBA program for students interested in a challenging science undergraduate course load and a graduate business degree.
Penn State’s fact book heat map helps explain various phenomena, such as why there seems to be so many people from “just outside of Philly.”
You don’t have to travel across the land or search far and wide anymore — you can battle your Pokemon at Penn State this weekend.
It took until the end of their senior year for Mallory Pavilonis and Jonathan Knoll to realize what they’d been missing.
With playoff expectations looming following the Nittany Lions’ successful 2016 season, we took a look into the numbers to find some good, and bad, statistical rankings to keep in mind heading into the upcoming year.
For the leader that she’s become, it was never a guarantee that she would become Penn State’s ace. Starting as a walk-on, it wasn’t even a sure thing that she would ever step into the circle for the Nittany Lions.
Penn State Lacrosse freshman faceoff specialist Gerard Arceri was named to Inside Lacrosse’s midseason second All-American team ahead of Sunday’s game against No. 5 Ohio State
After taking a photo with Sue Paterno during THON 2017, senior Briana Duffy had no idea she’d be in for another surprise.
Here’s a look at how Penn State’s new early retirement packages will affect faculty and staff numbers.
The Centre County District Attorney’s Office anticipates findings and results of its investigation into Beta Theta Pi and the death of student Timothy Piazza will be released by mid-April.
Lord’s comments were made in an email sent to The Chronicle of Higher Education on Saturday.
Disappointed and outraged by the university’s strict and long-term Greek regulations, students are planning to converge on Old Main Lawn tonight at 5 p.m. to peacefully protest.
IFC President Dean Vetere says student leaders weren’t included in the conversation on what appropriate measures the university would take to reform Greek life.
Even if recruitment resumes for the spring 2018 semester, Greek life will have missed out on a full year of welcoming new members.
Project creator and State College resident Amy Cohen hopes the initiative will help new activists effectively organize movements on current issues they deem important.
Trace McSorley’s first season has him on track with a few comparable NFL quarterbacks, namely Aaron Rodgers.
State College residents proposed allowing the Borough to allocate more borough points in a single day, even though it could make life harder for students.
We’ve made some of the most common Facebook Class of *Whatever* posts into a Madlib style to save you the effort of every having to write, or read, one again.
The Panthers managed to get out of a number of jams, conceding just one run despite seven hits from the Nittany Lions.
Alex Malinsky had a career night for the Diamond Lions, going 3-5 with three RBI’s and a stolen base in Penn State’s 8-2 victory over Cornell.
The Penn State student chapter of Coaches vs. Cancer is hosting its 18th annual 5k run/walk Saturday, April 1. The 5k will begin at 9 a.m. at Medlar Field.
No Refund Theatre founders created the idea for the club during a late-night talk at McDonald’s — now, the group has put on more than 100 shows.