Author Elissa Hill
Students were able to travel abroad to places like Costa Rica and Cuba last week for their courses with embedded travel programs.
After dancing 46 hours this February, Andrea Mateer realized how many toys and gifts she had received that she never had the chance to open. Mateer decided to begin a toy drive for children at Hershey Medical Center by reaching out to other dancers to collect all these leftover toys.
Spring practice and the spring game will provide a glimpse into the direction of Penn State’s football program this fall, especially with the impending decision on who will take over as Penn State’s starting quarterback.
Being a captain is high-pressure and high-responsibility. Fortunately (or maybe unfortunately), when it’s time for a sleep shift, they don’t even have to leave the BJC.
Amy Schumer will make her Centre County debut at the Bryce Jordan Center on April 8.
LionPATH will feature an updated wait list feature to replace eLion’s watchlist. A LionPATH mobile app for Android and iOS will launch in April.
The second annual Summer Founders Program will grant $10,000 each to Penn State student startups this summer. Applications are due Friday at 5:00 p.m.
Penn State entrepreneur Eli Kariv is collaborating with Finance 301H students to develop a business plan for his New York City startup, The Coding Space, which allows students to develop critical thinking, problem solving, and learning skills by learning to code.
With less than two weeks until THON, students and community members will gather at Evolve Studios on Monday to shave their heads in solidarity with pediatric cancer patients.
Students taking Finance 301H make headway this semester with UPUA’s Berkey Creamery ice cream truck project.
Penn State Behrend student Yehya Awad created a Google Chrome Extension to incorporate Rate My Professors ratings within the Penn State scheduling website.
Comedian and social activist Dick Gregory will speak at the Freeman Auditorium on Monday, February 1.
From “Casablanca” to “Anchorman,” your favorite movie or television show was probably produced with the help of one of these famous Penn State alumni.
Sercy’s owners decided to close after 18 years in business.