The The Curley/Schultz/Spanier case could go to trial this year after new pre-trial deadlines set by the Dauphin County courts.
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Schreyer Honors College Dean Christian Brady will step down at the end of May, approaching his 10-year anniversary in the position.
Thanks to new initiatives from Penn State Transportation Services, students will have the opportunity to rent a car from the university this fall.
Midget wrestling will return to Champs Sports Bar both Monday and Tuesday nights for the sequel to Little Mania: Ultimate Midget Wrestling.
On-campus food bank Lion’s Pantry and a GoFundMe Page will offer support to the 48 students affected by last night’s fire at The Park at State College.
A documentary titled ‘We Are,’ which highlights the creation of the 2013 class gift sculpture, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on Sunday. The short film will premier in State College on May 13 at the Friends of the Palmer Museum of Art Gala.
A student was arraigned Friday for allegedly raping a woman in an off-campus apartment and filming it.
Diversions in the HUB food court will be replaced by a new grilled cheese and tomato soup restaurant, Grate Chee, in time for the fall semester.
Results of last fall’s sexual misconduct climate survey were released yesterday. Here’s what you need to know about the statistics found and the next steps in preventing sexual misconduct on campus.
President Eric Barron, the man who would “rather not even talk about Sandusky,” will be subpoenaed in the Paterno v NCAA case.
Former Trustee and football player Adam Taliaferro endorsed Dan Cocco today for the Board of Trustees. Cocco is the only candidate not endorsed by PS4RS.
We all know someone who started at a commonwealth campus, but Austin Sabatucci will transfer back to Penn State DuBois after spending a year at University Park.
Conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro will present “When Diversity Becomes a Problem” on Wednesday.
Patrick Cines will run for UPUA President, with Michael Straw running as the Vice President on his ticket. He hopes to keep his platform simple and straightforward to best serve the student body.
These new policies will restrict floor access on Sunday morning for some Four Diamonds families based on the child’s treatment category.
State College ranked 15th out of 170 college towns in the nation based on factors like walkability and unemployment rate.
New SPA Executive Director Jaime Kraky talks Beyonce, Matt and Kim, and Saurolophuses in our 10 questions.
Anthony Mitchell announced his write-in candidacy Wednesday for UPUA president.
We sat down with Sara Butcher, Nittanyville’s first female president, to talk about her expectations this football season.
The co.space has housed more than 60 changemakers since 2013, providing resources and opportunities to change the world in small steps.
Students were able to travel abroad to places like Costa Rica and Cuba last week for their courses with embedded travel programs.