Author Lexi Shimkonis
Lee Fitting wants to see Old Main behind this Saturday’s broadcast of College GameDay at Penn State — and wants your help.
Penn State will take on Iowa and Kinnick Stadium in primetime next weekend.
PennTerra Engineering has proposed a seven-story, mixed use building for development in State College. Aptly named the “Pugh Centre,” the project would include demolishing the existing apartment complex and building the new at the intersection of Beaver Ave. and Pugh St.
RIP free coffee Mondays — fans will now be able to get a medium Dunkin’ Donuts hot or iced coffee for $1 after a Penn State Football win.
At a reported $5.8 million a year, James Franklin will have the fourth-highest salary of college football coaches in the country.
Two former Nittany Lion wrestlers will be on the bill for the Mixed Martial Arts live event that will feature a world title match between Ryan Bader and Linton Vassell.
The jewelry store, which has adorned the College Ave. sidewalk since 1976, will close its doors in the near future.
Former Penn State Trustee and Merck CEO Ken Frazier resigned from Donald Trump’s Presidential Manufacturing Council this morning, indirectly citing the president’s lack of a strong denunciation of the hate and violence that broke out in Charlottesville, VA over the weekend.
Forget Dippin’ Dots — fans will now be able to purchase pints of Creamery ice cream from concession stands on game day inside Beaver Stadium.
Grubhub announced last week that it will acquire OrderUp operations in State College, where OrderUp was created as “LionMenus” in 2009.
Penn State junior and rapper Matt Freiler (AKA Matty Fresh) wrote an anthem for Saquon Barkley to increase the hype surrounding the 2017 football season.
Ray Walker, Penn State’s oldest alumnus, passed away this morning in his home at age 105 — or “living his 106th year,” as I’m sure he’d prefer to put it.
The Piazza family said on the Today Show there was “disregard for human life” on the night Tim Piazza fell down the stairs at Beta Theta Pi and he was treated as “roadkill” and a “rag doll.”
Timothy Piazza’s family and girlfriend appeared on CBS’ This Morning to discuss their son’s death at Beta Theta Pi.
Centre County District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller appeared on the Today Show this morning to comment on the investigation into Timothy Piazza’s death at Beta Theta Pi, noting that people are going to be surprised “who knew what” when the full Grand Jury report and recommendation comes out.
Evidence uncovered in the Beta Theta Pi investigation and grand jury report shows that the members of the fraternity actively worked to cover up what happened to Timothy Piazza on bid acceptance night.
Incumbent alumni trustees Alice Pope and Bob Jubelirer were elected to the Board as well as newcomer and well-known Penn Stater Jay Paterno.
“The Grandy Jury concludes that the death of Timothy Piazza was not a result of isolated conduct or a simple mistake (i.e. negligence). Rather, the Grand Jury concludes that Timothy Piazza died as a direct result of the extremely reckless conduct of the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity who operated within the permissive atmosphere fostered b the Pennsylvania State University Interfraternity Council,” the presentment reads.
The full Grand Jury Presentment stemming from the investigation into Beta Theta Pi fraternity, courtesy of the District Attorney’s office.
All Time Low’s Movin’ On performance was fun, I guess, but not really the trip down memory lane that most of the college-aged crowd was hoping for.
The Board of Trustees announced this morning that it will rename the College of Communications in appreciation of a $30 million endowment from 1961 alum Donald P. Bellisario.