Monthly Archives: October, 2017
Everything reads like this will be a memorable battle, but our staff sees the Nittany Lions rolling past the Wolverines on Saturday night.
Cailtin Edinger had no idea the guy in her freshman year English project group would turn out to be her future fiancée years later.
The Nittany Lions may not have a legendary server like Micha Hancock to rely on anymore, but they’ve done a nice job distributing production at the line.
“The ‘Some Assembly Required’ series will show you what that team does,” said Karen Gregg, State College Theatre Executive Director. “The team includes the producer, the artistic director, the director of the play, the actors, the stage manager, and many others.”
Seven different skaters scored for the Nittany Lions in Thursday night’s home-opening victory over American International at Pegula Ice Arena.
President Eric Barron announced via letter in August the university would deny any and all speaking requests from Richard Spencer, not because of the content of his lectures but because of the risk of violence.
With Michigan up next on Penn State’s football schedule, we took a look at each campus and see how similar the two Big Ten rivals really are.
“When every person walks out of the Bryce Jordan Center after the conclusion of THON Weekend, I want them to feel like they just experienced the most unique and powerful event of their entire life.”
“There’s no set way to fundraise or spread awareness, so there’s always something that can be changed for the better or new method to implement.”
The co.space serves as a hub for creativity as well as a second family for everyone who lives there.
UPUA met Wednesday night to provide an update to the Tobacco-free university recommendation, swear in Judicial Board members, and vote on a collaboration for Breast Cancer awareness.
Follow along with us for more information through the debates for Magisterial District Judge, State College Borough Council, and State College Mayor.
Campus Dining aims to offer a wide variety of food selections during every meal.
After a week of voting from five finalists, the Class Gift Committee revealed the three gifts the 2018 Class Gift will fund Wednesday afternoon in the HUB.
The buck stops here. It’s time to determine where you can get the best bar mozzarella sticks in State College.
ESPN College GameDay’s Lee Corso will undergo the 303rd headgear pick of his career this Saturday on Old Main Lawn. Based on his previous accuracy, we better hope he wears the Nittany Lion headgear.
Penn State returns to Pegula Ice Arena for the first time since winning the Big Ten tournament with two games against American International.
Even though the pilot of the cloud-printing service WePa ended, Penn State ITS still has a way to print remotely.
“The goals that [Sturtz] scores are extremely important,” head coach Guy Gadowsky said, “but more important than that is, when he’s him, it incredibly uplifting to the entire team. When he’s Sturtzy, the whole team gains 20 pounds.”
As part of a series of public appearances leading up to the election, the three mayoral candidates debated Tuesday night at the State Theatre. Naturally, we sent three of our writers to the debate to experience it in three extremely different states of mind. These are their stories.