Author Carolyn Popescu
Penn State Naval ROTC commanding officer, Robert E. Clark II, was announced as Wesley College’s next president today. Clark will take on the new role on July 15 as Wesley’s 17th president, succeeding William N. Johnston.
Whether you’re working an outfit that’s head-to-toe blue and white in Florida, or you’re waving around a Penn State flag somewhere abroad, we want to see it! Send us your best spring break photos showing off Penn State pride. We’ll take note of the most epic pictures and post them here for all to see.
When was the last time you heard the comment, “You throw like a girl!” as a compliment? Probably never. Former NFL quartberback Don McPherson takes this idea and runs with it (no pun intended). McPherson presented a captivating presentation addressing social justice issues involving gender last night in the HUB’s Freeman Auditorium.
The awesome songs from both the Entertainment Committee and the live performances helped keep us on our feet this weekend. If you attended THON 2015 for even little bit, chances are you witnessed some pretty impressive live music.
If you danced this year and have a moment you’ll never forget, share your story with us. Send a short blurb describing your all-time favorite moment from this weekend, and what it meant to you.
2015 marks the water polo’s third year with their THON child, Brittany Wagner, and they could not be happier.
As THON quickly approaches, it’s obvious that excitement and anticipation is growing here on campus. In a little over a week, the world’s largest student-run philanthropic event will commence. The festivities and preparation, however, have already started.
The next time you’re drinking green tea, you may just be preventing oral cancer. According to Penn State food scientists, a compound in the tea may trigger a cycle that not only kills oral cancer cells, but also keeps healthy ones alive.