Author Emma Dieter
No Refund Theatre founders created the idea for the club during a late-night talk at McDonald’s — now, the group has put on more than 100 shows.
Junior Katie Jordan hopes that her and running mate Alex Shockley will be elected to lead UPUA’s 12th Assembly so she can continue what she considers her life’s purpose: advocating for and helping others at all times.
As elections for UPUA’s 12th Assembly draw near, we sat down with presidential candidate Sammy Geisinger and running-mate Jorge Zurita-Coronado to learn more about their campaign.
Who doesn’t love adventure, romance, and dancing dinnerware? Penn State Thespians created its own rendition of Beauty and the Beast for its spring musical.
SPA Edventure’s committee is excited to present “Bus to Broadway.” The excursion will enable students with $15 and a valid Penn State University Park Student ID to take a bus to New York City on Saturday, March 25 to see the play.
“Although State of State certainly has become an excellent platform to shed light on issues in our community, the greatest benefits of it come from the frame of mind it encourages its participants to explore.”
Penn State W.O.R.D.S. will host its second annual State Poetry Slam Wednesday in the HUB.
It’s time for a Penn State Dads favorite: the Donor and Alumni Relations committee.
Here’s the best headgear of THON 2017.
Each of the four donation stations has been decorated as a different biome. Anyone interested can make a donation for the kids at any point throughout the weekend.
No Refund Theatre will be rocking Forum this weekend with its rendition of “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown.”
Findlay’s certainly been spiffed up this year in terms of amenities, but it’s also become more sustainable.
The play tells the story of how Peter Pan became the leader of the infamous Lost Boys.
You’ll graduate long before the lights even need to be replaced.
Light Up State College hopes to illuminate more than 3,000 ice lanterns on February 4.
Penn State food services has decided to extend its hours of operation for many of the dining districts around campus during this most hated week of weeks.