Author Claire Fountas
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.
Winter storm Stella definitely isn’t the first time Penn State found itself buried under a blanket of heavy snow. Whether you’re a current student or an alumni, we want to hear your craziest Penn State snow day stories.
If you still aspire to become a Schreyer Scholar, two Penn State programs can help you fulfill your dream.
Sometimes the most fateful meetings happen in the most unlikely circumstances.
State College will host a variety of events to keep you busy if you plan on staying local next week.
Little did Stacy Zanca know, an accidental date would lead her to begin a relationship with the love of her life.
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.
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.