The involvement fair is a wonderful congregation of organizations all nestled in an environment filled with hope, excitement, and so many handouts you won’t know what to do with yourself. Whether it’s your first time or your fourth time, it can still get quite overwhelming. For four jam packed days, every club and organization under the sun will be on display in the HUB for you to explore and learn.
Author Caitlin Gailey
Coming off the release of their latest album, popular indie rock band Built to Spill will play The State Theatre in September.
If you’re a Penn State alumnus with a burning desire to recreate everything from your days as a student during Arts Fest, including your living arrangements, you’re in luck. As part of Arts Festival Alumni Weekend you can rent a room in West Halls, right in the center of the Arts Festival route.
Penn State Fitness Centers will welcome their one millionth visitor tomorrow, setting a new mark for an academic year.
J.E. Holtzinger might not be one of the most high-profile names in Penn State history. However, his impact on the university is unlike any other.
The university hired Julie Del Giorno as the Athletics Integrity Officer in 2012. Her position with the university is not widely known, and as intriguing as her job is, the person behind the title is even more fascinating.
If you live on the west side of campus, you know that quality dining options are few and far between. We come bearing good news. With today’s grand opening, State College will have its newest restaurant in Crunchee Munchees, located at 616 W. College Ave., between Gill and Sparks Streets.
Atlas raised nearly half a million dollars this year for the kids, once again breaking a record. How did it do it?
Students from Fossil Free PSU will deliver a letter to President Eric Barron this afternoon, urging the university to divest itself of investments in fossil fuels.