He was found lying in the grass on the 500 block of West College Ave. with injuries to his face and head.
Author Elissa Hill
Did we mention the guy’s face is shown in the Snapchat? This seems like the easiest way to get caught.
Parks Miller will investigate these potential violations in response to defense attorneys who anonymously spoke to The Philadelphia Inquirer earlier this week and one of the same attorneys who she says described police evidence in an interview on local television the next day.
UPUA confirmed a new director of communications, held internal elections, and passed three pieces of legislation at this week’s meeting, including funding for coffee during finals week.
Earlier this week, the Creamery left us a hint about what the new flavor could be. We were shocked to find out the ice cream does indeed include bananas — or at least banana flavoring. It’s unclear at this point.
The League of Women Voters of Centre County is hosting a Candidates Night for the contested races for State College School District, Borough Council, and State College Mayor. Follow along for live updates from the statements of council and mayoral candidates.
The Philadelphia Inquirer says defense attorneys and “other sources who have spoken with the students” confirm members of the fraternity say they initially went to help Piazza when he fell.
The UPAC policy handbook must be overhauled to account for the recent changes in the overall student fee allocation structure.
UPUA’s 12th Assembly met for the second time last night to approve its budget for the 2017-2018 term and create a new sub-committee on outreach to connect UPUA with other student organizations.
If these behaviors and violations don’t change, Barron predicts “many empty houses and then the end of Greek life at Penn State.”
While Penn State has allowed IFC to maintain relative autonomy in its risk management practices, other universities have already stepped in to implement these policies at an administrative level.
Timothy Piazza’s father Jim told The Philadelphia Inquirer police said Assistant Athletic Director Tim Bream was in the Beta Theta Pi house the night his son fell down a flight of steps, though there was no sign he was at the “party” fraternity brothers were holding for new members to accept their bids to join the chapter.
UPUA hit the ground running in the first meeting of the 12th Assembly, electing Speaker Brent Rice, four committee chairs, and confirming two executive positions.
The vigil will also include a balloon launch and McGruff the Crime Dog will be present for photos.
This ranks the university up one spot from last year, when Penn State was ranked No. 32.
The Centre County District Attorney’s Office anticipates findings and results of its investigation into Beta Theta Pi and the death of student Timothy Piazza will be released by mid-April.
IFC President Dean Vetere says student leaders weren’t included in the conversation on what appropriate measures the university would take to reform Greek life.
Even if recruitment resumes for the spring 2018 semester, Greek life will have missed out on a full year of welcoming new members.
Elections Commissioner Eric Love clarified concerns about financial support from organizations like Turning Point USA and Skull & Bones were not necessarily brought up by the opposing candidates, but rather by candidates running in the UPUA election as a whole.
“In order to keep his memory alive, we are raising money to build a memorial for him at his home away from home: the golf course.”
There was no actual fire in the building, but the motor failure created smoke and caused an oily smell inside the building.
As UPUA Chief Justice Elections Commissioner Eric Love explained, the tickets both agreed to tackle the hard questions during the debate, not just the typical “Why did you come to Penn State?” variety. When Love said the hard questions, it was no understatement.
“It took a while for everything to really sink in and start feeling real, but I know how incredibly fortunate I am to have this opportunity to be involved as a student for another year.”