Nick Aponte and Mac O’Keefe led the scoring for Penn State with five and four goals, respectively, in the Big House Sunday afternoon.
Monthly Archives: April, 2017
Katie O’Donnell netted a game-high five goals Sunday for the Nittany Lions at the Big House, while senior Steph Lazo broke the 200-point mark for her career.
The former Penn State defensive end, who went undrafted after declaring early for the NFL, has found a new home in Indianapolis, according to Bob Badders.
Former Penn State linebacker Brandon Bell is heading to Cincinnati as an undrafted free agent pickup for the Bengals, according to Lions247 reporter Andrew Callahan.
Though Two Door Cinema Club honestly wasn’t the caliber of headliner we expected for this year’s Movin’ On, that doesn’t mean they didn’t put on a solid performance.
The prolific Penn State wide receiver, who ranks fourth in program history in receiving yards and touchdowns, was taken in the third round by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
All Time Low’s Movin’ On performance was fun, I guess, but not really the trip down memory lane that most of the college-aged crowd was hoping for.
Russ Rose’s Nittany Lions will travel to Sao Paulo and Rio De Janeiro May 4-16 for their first international tour since 2013.
Country group Love & Theft bring a fitting country sound to a beautiful day in Happy Valley.
Point guard Jamari Wheeler joins Trent Buttrick as the second 2017 recruit for the Penn State men’s basketball team.
The Battle of the Bands-winning group comes from Altoona and is known for its motto: “We get up to get down. Plain and simple. A positive wave looking for willing participants.” Formed in 2015, the band’s major opportunity came Friday as openers for bands like All Time Low and Two Door Cinema Club.
Penn State announced Friday that former engineering department head Peggy Johnson has been named dean of Schreyer Honors College, and will officially assume the position in July of 2017.
Candidates for the State College Borough Council met with students last night in the HUB-Robeson Center to let them know more about themselves and what they plan to do if elected on May 16.
If you weren’t able to catch the debate, we’ve got every topic covered and a possible hint at another political run for office.
Based off the Class of 2021 Facebook page, here are a few things upcoming freshmen want most in a roommate.
Findlay Commons will provide free grilled cheese from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. Monday.
Nicole and Kenny met after they were assigned to be each other’s buddies during their freshman orientation. But it wasn’t until a spontaneous hangout that their relationship finally blossomed.
Over the last year, we’ve lost 27 Penn Staters. Thursday night was devoted to remembering their lives.
UPUA moved quickly through its final agenda of the semester to confirm internal leaders and pass two pieces of legislation.
The organization says its endorsed candidates will be able to represent students interests in the State College Borough rather than favoring the opinions of long-term residents as many past council members have done. With this donation to the campaign, it’s safe to say Sims agrees.
The inventor of the Slinky graduated from Penn State, earned a small fortune, then joined a religious cult.
Much was made of Lamont Wade and Mike Miranda’s standout performances this spring, but Penn State’s other two early enrollees are also exciting prospects.
We asked to see your best decorated Class of 2017 graduation caps, and were not disappointed. With everything from Disney quotes to Kanye, graduates were creative and kept their designs personal.
Since the money in your meal plan is forfeighted at the end of the spring, you might as well spend it while you can. If you’re struggling to find ways to spend your last few meal points, here are a few possible options.