The Forensic Science Club will host its annual Haunted Houses at the Pine and Spruce Cottages this Thursday, Friday, and Sunday from 8 p.m. to midnight each night.
Author Katie Klodowski
Students who live in Sproul Hall may never have to take their neighbor’s wet laundry out of the washing machine ever again thanks to a new app called WashAlert.
Pennsylvania Poet-Advocate Arlyn Edelstein, who was diagnosed with non-verbal cerebral palsy, will recite poems using the newly patented motion-activated augmented personal speech assistant invented by Mary Elizabeth McCulloch, a recent Penn State biomedical engineering graduate.
The preview will feature Full Ammo Improv, No Refund Theatre, The Penn State Thespians, Wonderlust Theatre Company, and the School of Theatre and each group will perform a scene or song from an upcoming or recent production.
A Penn State student started a petition asking the university to give excused absences to students who vote in the election this November.
Football is B1G in Happy Valley, so it shouldn’t be surprising if you ended up without football season tickets this year. No need to fear, though, because the student ticket exchange is here to get you into the country’s best student section.
Didn’t get tickets to the Pitt game this weekend? Just because you can’t #whiteoutHeinz doesn’t mean you can’t #whiteoutPittsburgh this weekend.
Don’t have a car and hate taking the Megabus? Try hitching a ride with Penn State’s new private rideshare program Zimride.
Get ready to toss out those BRITA filters; Penn State is renovating the water system in an upgrade worth $62 million.
Penn State will continue to make renovations and upgrades to campus buildings and residence halls this fall to accommodate a growing student body and aging campus.
During a press conference at Beaver Stadium for Football Media Day, James Franklin invited Bachelorette winner Jordan Rodgers to Happy Valley for the home opener against Kent State on September 3 — and he accepted.
Brand New will visit the Bryce Jordan Center on November 12 along with the Front Bottoms and Modern Baseball.
Tickets sales for the Stripe Out game against Temple on September 17 will benefit THON, making this year’s rematch against the Owls a B1G one.
A GoFundMe was created to aid former Penn State wrestler Jim Vollrath in his fight against Ewing’s sarcoma cancer.
Yeezus will walk among us again. The Bryce Jordan Center announced this morning that Kanye West will return to State College on Friday, September 30 for a stop as part of his Saint Pablo Tour.
Police are looking for a thief who somehow managed to take an unattended delivery box truck from the front of Sheetz on 121 South Pugh Street.
We asked the Class of 2016 to send us their best decorated graduation caps, and they did not disappoint.
The Class of 2016’s gift is having impacts across the university, as many would argue, it should. The Alumni Association will match the funds raised by the Class of 2016 — an amount that adds up to $200,000. Currently, this commitment by the Alumni Association is the largest in Penn State Class Gift history.
Even though the semester is coming to a close, performance groups across campus are just beginning to debut the acts they’ve worked on all year. The Penn State Performing Arts Council will present their first ever end-of-the-year showcase later this week in Schwab Auditorium.
You don’t have to be an art major to sport an awesome hand-decorated cap at graduation. If your cap symbolizes something you’re proud of, let us know! We want to see the best caps of 2016.
Henry Bryce Jordan, the 14th president of Penn State and namesake of the Bryce Jordan Center, passed away on Tuesday at the age of 91.
History NOW, a subset of the History Channel, produced a video placing the fate of the Pennsylvania primary on the shoulders of three Penn State students, each of whom supports either Trump, Sanders, or Clinton.
Although there will certainly be no shortage of togas and parties this weekend, there are also several events that will benefit the State College community as a whole.
To celebrate Penn State pride, the Blue and White Society will host the third annual PS i(heart)U week, which includes events such as performances from My Zero Hero and Go Go Gadget, and a showing of the new Star Wars movie on the HUB lawn.