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Monthly Archives: August, 2017
After nearly 60 hours across seven days that started in June, the preliminary hearing has ended for former Beta Theta Pi brothers charged in connection with the death of Timothy Piazza.
Several Penn State student groups are working together to raise money for the disaster relief effort in Texas following the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
James Franklin opened up on last year’s success and showed a more emotional side in an article written on The Players’ Tribune Thursday morning.
Marissa Sheva said she used to be tentative with the ball at her feet when a chance on net arose. This season, the junior midfielder has been an absolute force in front of the goal.
“If we are Penn State, we need to be diverse in opinion, and if we fail to do that, well then, we’re not really Penn State after all, are we?”
“I’ve always been very excited about Christian Campbell, another guy with great length who is explosive and can run,” Brent Pry said. “He’s the healthiest he’s ever been in his career here at Penn State.”
The IFC also challenged Penn State to match its donation, but the university has not yet responded.
82 percent of the more than 28,000 survey takers concluded that it was the correct decision to remove Paterno’s statue, tied with those in favor of removing the statue of Roger Taney — the man who wrote the Dred Scott Decision, which ruled that blacks could never be American citizens.
When students leave State College for the summer, Penn State’s Office of Physical Plant (OPP) takes advantage of the open sidewalks and gets to work on new upgrades and renovations.
After a change in RV parking rules, tailgaters who didn’t secure passes for the RV overnight lots this summer will be relegated to Grange Park — located 20 minutes away from Beaver Stadium.
As GrubHub takes over OrderUp and UberEats heads to State College, see how the two stack up, and which is better.
The Penn State Tiny House Project is looking into and demonstrating what is takes to build tiny houses.
Tim Bream took the stand Wednesday in the ongoing preliminary hearing for former brothers and the Alpha Upsilon chapter of the fraternity who are charged with a variety of crimes in connection with the death of Tim Piazza.
We’ll provide updates on this as more information from Information Technology Services becomes available.
The Board of Trustees Committee on Compensation will meet in executive session Friday.
Founded by three Penn State alumni, ST814 provides high-quality Penn State apparel with some unique twists.
Penn State fans will also receive incentives for getting through the gates at Beaver Stadium earlier.
The Gender Equity Center will host “Turning the Red Zone Green” on Wednesday, August 30 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the HUB.
With so much hype surrounding Penn State, our staff took its shot at predicting what lies ahead for James Franklin’s squad as it heads into the season opener Saturday against Akron.
RIP free coffee Mondays — fans will now be able to get a medium Dunkin’ Donuts hot or iced coffee for $1 after a Penn State Football win.
The Penn State community will also have the opportunity to vote on an additional speaker for the spring semester.
While there wasn’t a whole lot of commotion at the top of the depth chart, competition for a handful of backup jobs should be fierce Saturday.
James Franklin put out Penn State’s first official depth chart of the 2017 season Tuesday.
“I had just completed my first semester in Lion Ambassadors, we cleaned out our Singing Lions closet which had lots of old pictures and whatnot in it, I was in the process of applying to an internship at the Smithsonian Institution, I was watching a lot of American Pickers on the history channel. Needless to say, I had history on the brain.”
Penn State’s conference and national title hope will depend heavily on these three “make or break” factors heading into the 2017 football campaign.