This year’s class gift committee hopes offering three options will encourage more seniors to donate, as they’re more likely to feel a strong connection to at least one of the choices.
Author Elissa Hill
Ott grew up in Altoona playing online poker and graduated from Penn State Altoona with a business degree in marketing and management.
Penn State’s Board of Trustees met Thursday and Friday at Penn State Harrisburg for its bi-monthly meeting and annual summer commonwealth campus visit, electing new leadership and approving another tuition rate increase.
Penn State’s Board of Trustees elected Chair Mark Dambly and Vice Chair Matt Schuyler to lead the Board for its 2017-2018 year.
With the unveiling of its new website, the Student Fee Board published its new membership for the 2017-2018 term.
Penn State’s Board of Trustees Committee on Finance, Business, and Capital Planning voted Thursday to recommend a 2.74 percent tuition increase for in-state students for the 2017-2018 school year.
Penn State’s Board of Trustees Committee on Finance, Business, and Capital Planning voted Thursday to rename the Worthington-Scranton campus simply “Penn State Scranton” pending full board approval Friday afternoon.
In the midst of asking for a new trial or a new verdict, former Penn State president Graham Spanier was granted a delay of sentencing on Thursday. Two days later, he took to Allen Street to play the washboard with the Rustical Quality String Band.
Attorneys spent most of the day questioning and cross-examining Detective David Scicchitano, who investigated the case.
Penn State President Eric Barron ranked the sixth highest paid university president based on the $1,039,717 he reportedly earned from the 2015-2016 school year.
The new advisory board is “intentionally broad,” with stakeholders from all corners of campus.
Every classic love story deserves a twist — like former Penn State President Graham Spanier and singer Tony Bennett, for instance.
DePasquale said the auditor’s office found an 8 percent error rate for required clearances mandated for children’s academic and sports camps on Penn State’s campus and a 4 percent error rate for other pre-employment background checks campuswide.
DePasquale hopes these measures will help Penn State increase its transparency and accountability, especially within university governance.
DePasquale calls the university to create a task force “with a focus on identifying and lowering costs that are driving tuition into the stratosphere.”
The weekend of an away football game against Iowa, September 23-24, is officially slated as students’ last chance to participate in a canning trip.
Managers aren’t sure how long the application process could take, but they hope to start selling wine and beer as soon as possible if the application is approved.
Fraternity members who were slated to live in the house were advised to make other housing arrangements.
Zena Cardman will report to Johnson Space Center in August to begin her training.
Penn State’s Panhellenic Council released a letter Monday morning in response to the new Greek reforms passed by the Board of Trustees.
Here’s what you should know about this weekend’s Board of Trustees meeting about Greek life reform and the sentencing of former administrators Graham Spanier, TIm Curley, and Gary Schultz related to the Sandusky scandal.
The Piazzas released a letter to the Board of Trustees Thursday night outlining changes they hoped to see in Penn State’s Greek life regulation during the Board’s off-cycle meeting Friday. Now, the family’s lawyer says they’re disappointed in the Board’s decisions.
Penn State’s Interfraternity Council released a statement following the Board of Trustees’ unanimous approval of new Greek life reforms.
Penn State President Eric Barron ultimately outlined a plan that doesn’t seem like it’ll add much to the current reforms imposed during the spring semester.