Happy Valley winter as we’ve recently experienced don’t quite compare to the university’s coldest days on record.
Author James Turchick
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.
In state and county elections, six offices could change hands in the coming year. The largest polling place in the state is at the HUB, so Penn State students could have a major impact on these elections, even if they seem secondary compared to the presidential race.
After a short commotion over how many members would debate for each side, Students for Hillary and Students for Trump debated foreign policy Thursday night in front of a rowdy audience.
Election Day is less than two weeks away. How will State College vote?
Franken, a member of the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party, will be speaking to State College residents between 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. on behalf of the Clinton campaign. The event will take place at the PA Democratic Coordinated Campaign Office at 112 W Foster Ave, Suite 2.
“Garrett has been a model citizen for us for three years,” Franklin said. “We just had a situation where we had a bye week and some guys wanted to get home early for the long weekend. He ended up not going to a class.”
“If you respect the bee, the bee will respect you.”
Believe it or not, it seems like being a freshman in college hasn’t changed much in the last century.
Looking for a place to relax and learn something? Check out Millbrook Marsh Nature Center.
It’s officially the last day to register to vote in Pennsylvania, and thought you may not know who you want to vote for today, in five weeks you might, and if you register you’re at least giving yourself the option.
Brush up on how each presidential candidate could affect college life.
Come check out Slab Cabin Park and the rest of the 55 beautiful parks Centre County has to offer!
Mike the Mailman found a new job to keep him busy through retirement, and he’s still trying to make your day as nice as possible.
The Sky’s The Limit Ballooning has been flying over State College for decades and gives locals and travelers alike a bird’s-eye view of Centre County.
The State College marijuana ordinance might seem like a major win, but if you don’t read the fine print, you could still find yourself in hot water.
If you’ve driven to the Walmart on Atherton Street, you’ve probably seen the College Heights School. Here’s more about it.