Sometimes what we brush off as a meaningless encounter can be exactly the opposite. For Kimberly and Michael Malizia, this was exactly the case.
Author Claire Fountas
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.
State College vapers are in luck, as Valley Vapes just opened downtown.
Sophomore and Alpha Chi Omega sister Victoria Veneziano was shocked when she heard her named announced as the recipient of one of THON’s biggest raffle prizes: a trip to Europe. The trip will take her to London, Paris, and Rome and includes guided tours and airfare.
Each year, many volunteers work hard to ensure THON’s success; one of the behind-the-scenes, yet vitally important, positions includes working as an LT. “I think our biggest goal is to provide support, leadership, and encouragement throughout the entire THON season,” Materna said.
THON attendees are often surprised how similar the BJC can seem to a sweltering day in a hot desert during the weekend. Here’s a couple tips for how to stay hydrated and keep your skin intact during this incredible, yet overly-dry, THON Weekend.
Dr. Christopher Uhl teaches BiSci 003, but it’s not your typical environmental science course. “One of the things that’s hard to grasp about BiSci is that we’ve been conditioned to think so little of our own ability to learn,” Dr. Uhl said.
UPUA will hold information sessions this week to provide potential candidates with information on the rules and regulations of running for a position.
Deliberation Nation is an event that invites students not just to debate, but to engage in enriching conversation about important topics in today’s world. This year’s event will run from February 22-March 3, and all community members are encouraged to attend.
The Blue and White Brigade will transfer students to and from hockey’s Michigan State game in its final installment of the semester. It will leave for East Lansing from the HUB at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, February 13. and will return right after the game.
If the HUB is not a playground, then what’s with the room full of green balloons?
State of State announced the first eight speakers for its 2016 conference today, highlighted by University President Eric Barron, former hockey coach Joe Battista, who was instrumental in bringing Division I hockey to Penn State, and Associate Vice President of Undergraduate Education Jackie Edmonson.