“The Reality of Domestic Violence” adds an entirely new perspective to the issue of domestic violence.
Author Claire Fountas
As Vamos! driver Todd Miner knows well, the best love stories are often the ones you help create for someone else.
Gerard Anthony knew proposing at Beaver Stadium was the perfect way to take the next step.
Don’t worry — most of Happy Valley’s ghosts are (probably) pretty friendly.
The Susquehanna Service Dogs serve a noble purpose for those who need them most, but for their trainers, they’re a joy to teach.
Penn State’s CrossFit Club got more than it bargained for after livestreaming workouts for a global competition.
It took a while for the relationship to bloom, but Lori Weber had feelings for Scott Brennan the whole time.
Involvement in SNAP brought Amanda Baldwin and Will Watson something even more incredible than they ever could have imagined.
You’ll never have to guess how painfully long the Phyrst line is again.
After retiring from more than 23 years of service in the United States Navy, Mark Stephens is traveling 170 miles on foot, all FTK.
The saying goes that timing is everything. Despite their different places in life, pure coincidence helped sparked a connection that would bring two Penn Staters together forever. That’s right: Love Stories are back.
Penn State student and Phi Mu THON child Maddie Hill lost her battle with cancer Wednesday, but her electric energy inspires those she leaves behind to #FightLightHill.
The market will open for the season today at 11:30 a.m. on Locust Lane. Customers can choose from a variety of fresh products, all from local vendors.
Victoria Daub and Shawn Seeley had no idea, but what they wanted was right in front of them the whole time.
Lambda Alpha Theta will “Take Back the Night” with its annual march as it raises awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Sometimes it only takes that one special crush to turn a boring class into the best part of your day. When Kathy caught Gary Yannes’s eye, this was exactly the case.
Sometimes what we brush off as a meaningless encounter can be exactly the opposite. For Kimberly and Michael Malizia, this was exactly the case.
The Earth Mineral Science Museum’s new exhibit gives visitors a new way to learn just how exactly topographical maps work. “The mission was to build a modern interactive exhibit that is both entertaining and educational,” said Ken Mankoff, a research associate through Penn State’s Department of Geosciences.
Despite being a new organization on campus, Penn State’s Western Equestrian Team has had its fair share of success. The team will be sending two members, Seth and Ashlynn Rice, to the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Nationals in Kentucky this May.
Most of us dread the ten-minute walk to our 8 a.m., but most of us aren’t Jared Reichbaum. The former Penn State Altoona student walked from New Jersey to Nevada in order to raise awareness about the importance of bone marrow donation through an organization called “Be The Match.”
To senior Jenna Loffredo, dancing for 46 hours in THON 2016 just wasn’t enough to fulfill her desire to fight cancer. She also serves as Executive Director for this year’s Relay For Life.