When THON 2017 dancer Briana Duffy got to meet role model Sue Paterno on the floor, the experience was more than she could’ve imagined.
Author Claire Fountas
As part of the initiative, Campus Dining will donate 250 meals throughout the weekend in order to keep volunteers energized during THON.
DMAIG’s THON mosaic will finally hold a permanent spot on campus starting this Saturday. For the Penn Staters who helped design the mosaic, it was a personal process.
Everyone has a story behind why they THON — some of this year’s dancers share their own.
If you plan to stand for 46 hours FTK this year, we want to hear what inspired you to take on the challenge.
The Botstiber Scholars Program gives students the tools needed to become leaders back home in sub-Saharan Africa.
Claire and Jaclyn Levy never thought they’d have the chance to dance in THON side by side. Now, they plan to tackle the challenge together by representing club gymnastics this February.
Penn State’s Theme Park Engineering Club allows students an inside look at the professional world of roller coasters and theme parks.
When Tori Kirkpatrick realized she was falling for close friend Ricky Hoffman, she knew the confession would undoubtedly put their entire relationship on the line.
Penn State does a great job of helping students navigate the jungle that is finding an internship. We’re here to help you find some of those resources.
This year’s Rose Bowl was the best overnight and most streamed non-semifinal New Year’s Six game ever played.
For Alicia Shamus, love found her just when she decided it was the last thing she wanted.
This week’s love story features a whole lot of Gumby’s (including the old Gumby’s in Madison, Wisconsin — this weekend’s rival college town).
Football-related or not, there’s plenty of fun ways to kill the time.
It took a slew of missed chances and even moving to a new campus before fate finally brought them together.
As the story sometimes goes, their journey as a couple didn’t exactly start right away.
Though only a recent addition to campus, members of Penn State’s Student Farm Club have already changed what it means to be environmentally friendly.
Student supporters of Donald Trump took to Old Main this morning to build a wall in support of the presidential candidate’s stance on national security.
At a school as large as Penn State, the opportunities to get involved in a great cause are endless.
They share the mother of all rivalries, and they wouldn’t have it any other way.