This week’s edition of Penn State Love Stories features two Nittany Lions who weren’t exactly friends from the start. But for them, the long road was more than worth it.
Author Claire Fountas
Here are some tips and tricks on how to find a great on-campus job or internship this semester.
Here are some clubs to join this fall if you’re looking for a sense of community early on in your college career.
Penn State’s Class of 2018 will choose three class gifts instead of the traditional single gift. You can now submit your own proposals to the Penn State Class Gift Campaign.
Matthew Augustowski and Asia Christian lived on the same floor freshman year, but they didn’t officially meet until Christian fatefully strayed from her normal routine.
Findlay Commons will provide free grilled cheese from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. Monday.
Nicole and Kenny met after they were assigned to be each other’s buddies during their freshman orientation. But it wasn’t until a spontaneous hangout that their relationship finally blossomed.
Hearts for Homeless provides support to residents and students who are homeless or who are at risk of becoming homeless.
Penn State alumnus Taylor Wright might not have ended up with the love of his life if he hadn’t decided to transfer schools.
Penn State professor Pamela Monk takes the concept of real-world experience to an entirely new level.
Sisters On The Runway will host its third annual Benefit Fashion Show April 25 at 7 p.m. in Alumni Hall.
Student by day and fitness instructor by night, war veteran Corey Tilghman uses his past experiences to show others how important it is to persevere.
Sisters on the Runway aims to raise awareness about domestic violence, and membership continues to grow each year. Though still a newer organization on campus, the organization has already impacted more people than the members ever expected.
Centre Wildlife Care and the Small and Exotic Animals Club Will Host the Wild About Animals Expo Saturday, April 15. The event aims to promote wildlife education, as well as initiate environmental outreach throughout the State College community.
Relay For Life 2017 Executive Event Director Kirsten Borsos hopes to expand the event’s outreach, as well as show Penn Staters how easy it is to get involved in a great cause right on campus.
Brandywine students Joelle and Derek had no idea joining a THON org would lead them to the loves of their lives.
The Happy Valley Indian Performing Arts Festival will feature six different styles of dance, as well as various notable performers.
It took until the end of their senior year for Mallory Pavilonis and Jonathan Knoll to realize what they’d been missing.
After taking a photo with Sue Paterno during THON 2017, senior Briana Duffy had no idea she’d be in for another surprise.
Project creator and State College resident Amy Cohen hopes the initiative will help new activists effectively organize movements on current issues they deem important.
Spring semester will soon come to a close, but there’s still plenty of time to get involved in philanthropy and community service events in the State College Community.
“Finally I realized she’s my best friend for a reason, and that maybe it could really work,” Hromanik said.
The presentation, titled “We Are Not Worthy,” will take place at 8 p.m. in the HUB’s Freeman Auditorium.
What Penn Staters may not know is Lincoln played a key role in establishing the university as an agricultural institution.
The panelists said increasing student engagement is the next step in shifting the conversation on sexual violence.
The Penn State Herbarium’s history stretches back almost as far as the university itself.