Author Caitlin Gailey
Students noticed a considerable absence in the HUB this week — beloved coffee and bagel spot Higher Grounds closed for good.
With every new semester comes the slightly overwhelming involvement fair, but this time around the involvement fair features a few changes.
The Philadelphia Phillies are Phor the Kids.
Katie Keller began her career as a high school student who fell in love with video production, and ended it as Penn State’s first female football letterman.
Trying something new for the first time can be scary, even for professors. Dr.Lee Ahern told us about his experience teaching Penn State’s new Digital Advertising class.
Julie Bouchard is a name that is known all across campus, primarily because she has performed all around it. Whether it be at Cafe, Schwab or the Bryce Jordan Center Bouchard is a singer/songwriter that has left her mark on Penn State.
Four reports of sexual assault have been reported to the State College Police Department in the last five days. Lieutenant Keith Robb spoke about the climate of sexual assault on Penn State’s campus and why he believes the reports have been more frequent in the past week.
Penn State students will be hosting an Entrepreneurship Summit April 15th in Old Main. There students from all across Penn State commonwealth campuses will share advice from their experience in the entrepreneurship world.
ADPi and AGR are partnering this week to host a wing eating contest to benefit multiple charities.
What started as a crush in a film class turned into much more. Jordan Thompson and Mary Kate McMahon have come from meeting a few years ago as juniors in the Willard building to setting a wedding date for this summer.
Calling all rappers! The Open Mic club is hosting its fourth annual Rap Battle this Friday.
When line dance leader Heather Grace Thomas sleeps, her alternate dance captains take her place. We sat down (stood up) for 10 questions with alternate line dance leader Rick Melli to find out what his experience is like.
Dancers beware: the Penn State THON Snapchat now displays an hourly countdown. Stay off the app if you’re trying to avoid knowing what time it is.
Everyone THON’s for the kids, but not everyone THONs the same way. We compared the experiences of different organizations and how they all THON in their own way.
Melissa Ferdock and Donta Gadson met in the once place you would never expect to meet your significant other: a frat party. The two met their first night out freshman year and four years later decided to share their story.