Candidates for the State College Borough Council met with students last night in the HUB-Robeson Center to let them know more about themselves and what they plan to do if elected on May 16.
Author James Turchick
The first of few common grounds found between the two debaters was over feminism and led to the only high-five of the night.
The Paterno Family Beaver Stadium Run has been helping athletes compete in the Special Olympics for eight years, and on April 23, it will continue the tradition.
Despite not having a clear path of how to handle the revisions and some public concern over its effects, the council voted (almost unanimously) to approve the code on Monday.
State College residents proposed allowing the Borough to allocate more borough points in a single day, even though it could make life harder for students.
Momotaro, which means “peach boy,” will open its doors soon at 220 W. College Ave. to bring Thai ice cream to State College.
Students and landlords alike have been following proposed changes for more than a year now as Council has discussed the code again and again.
“After contacting Penn State officials and Big Ten employees, we were told that Penn State did not sign off because they are very protective of their ‘brand’ and did not have the enough time to address us. Because this took place during the Rose Bowl, Penn State was too busy.”
Attendees questioned State College Mayor Elizabeth Goreham, Councilmen Jesse Barlow and Evan Myers, and Ferguson Township Board Member Laura Dininni about how they’ve handled the wave of immigration fears since President Donald Trump was elected.
“Why is everything so lit? What was this year’s biggest hit?”
The New Feel came out on top of THON’s Got Talent for the second consecutive year.
The State College Borough Council approved unanimously to revise Ordinance 2078 at its meeting last night, adding paraphernalia to the marijuana ordinance thus making possession of such only a summary offense.
Property was a hot topic on the agenda last night for the State College Borough Council as members discussed revisions to the Property Maintenance Code and a repair job for a downtown parking garage that will cost more than a million dollars.
State College Mayor Elizabeth Goreham voiced her opinion on Trump’s executive order on immigration.
“The biggest misconception people have about the deaf community is they think we can’t be intelligent,” Nyle DiMarco signed during his lecture in Heritage Hall last night. “They don’t realize we can function like anyone else.”
Penn State’s Hillel will build State College’s first kosher cafe, and it’ll have some pretty cool resources to check out.
Happy Valley winter as we’ve recently experienced don’t quite compare to the university’s coldest days on record.
Penn State finished the year No. 5 in strength of wins for the 2016 season according to college football expert Phil Steele.
Following their performances against USC in the Rose Bowl, five players — including Trace McSorley and Saquon Barkley — were listed among the best in the Big Ten during bowl season.
“It’s unfortunate but you take 17 people off the street and it seems like 17 more people step into their places. It’s a never ending battle for us, no matter how many arrests are made the supply keeps coming into the area so it’s important that we keep making arrests and get closer to the sources.”
“I’d have to say, I am most excited to work with and meet all the other student leaders on campus. I hope I can take away a lot from their organizations and that the Interfraternity Council can be of assistance to them.”
Hornibrook was knocked out of Wisconsin’s game last weekend against Minnesota with a head injury, but Franklin is convinced he’s starting this weekend.
Bill O’Brien praised Penn State on its magical run earlier today as the Lions prepare to travel to Indianapolis for the Big Ten Championship game.
Fred Hansard, a four-star defensive tackle out of the Hun School in Princeton, N.J., flipped from Florida to the Nittany Lions Sunday following an official visit.
Activist and actor George Takei spoke in the Eisenhower Auditorium at 8 p.m. last night to a packed house. The audience was eager to learn about his time in a Japanese internment camp and how he sees parallels in his experience to the experience of Muslim-Americans today.
The completely self-sufficient house was initially conceptualized for the 2007 Washington D.C. Solar Decathlon but continues on as a hallmark of environmental education at Penn State.
The week will include various events each day to facilitate conversation about transgender issues and will conclude with Transgender Day of Remembrance on Sunday, November 20.