Penn State announced Friday that former engineering department head Peggy Johnson has been named dean of Schreyer Honors College, and will officially assume the position in July of 2017.
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The inventor of the Slinky graduated from Penn State, earned a small fortune, then joined a religious cult.
The seventh-annual Lieutenant Michael Murphy Warrior Games will take place in Holuba Hall this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday Night Live cast members Pete Davidson and Alex Moffat showcased their stand-up routines in Eisenhower Auditorium Wednesday.
The addition of a climbing wall will help transform the Intramural Building into Penn State’s prime student recreation facility.
Penn State senior Riley Grant signed a professional contract with Seattle Sounders FC 2, the club’s second team, after finishing out his career with the Nittany Lions in the fall.
There have been a number of great Penn state upsets. Here are a few of our favorites.
Executive Editor of the Washington Post and veteran journalist Marty Baron delivered Penn State’s annual Oweida Lecture in Journalism Ethics on Tuesday, addressing the ethical responsibilities of his organization and other media outlets in a political climate often hostile to journalists.
Baron led the Boston Globe’s spotlight investigative unit in breaking one of the biggest news stories of the decade — revealing an extensive clergy sexual abuse scandal inside the catholic church.
Bill Jeffrey, Penn State’s first great men’s soccer coach and the namesake of home stadium Jeffrey Field, helped raise the status of soccer in America as a trailblazer of the college game and a member of the United States 1950 World Cup team that pulled off one of the greatest upsets in international soccer history.
GammAcacia–a combined THON org consisting of members from Acacia Fraternity and Gamma Phi Beta–continued its tradition of using thundersticks to make some noise and join in the festivities during the THON pep rally Saturday night.
University Libraries will produce two THON history exhibits and host a live-stream viewing of the final four hours of the event this weekend.
Career Services says the event will provide student job-seekers the opportunity to meet with more than 350 employers, survey their options for future career possibilities, and secure interviews with prospective employers.