For the first time since 1992, Penn State will welcome a new sorority to campus -- two, in fact. Penn State Panhellenic Delegates voted last night to reopen two sorority chapters: Phi Sigma Sigma and Delta Phi Epsilon.
Have you ever seen someone doing bike tricks on campus? If you haven't, meet the latest addition to the PSU pantheon: Matt "Ski" Maslowski.
Here they are! The best #thonselfies from THON 2014!
Everyone loves a good Penn State dad. But a Penn State dad at THON? Magic.
We want YOU to participate in the THON Selfie Olympics with the hashtag #thonselfie
THON partners Kappa Kappa Gamma and Delta Chi as well as Pi Kappa Alpha and Kappa Alpha Theta have their own sets of flags that they have been waving. The orgs are standing right next to each other in the lower bowl but had no idea that they both would be bringing flag poles to THON.
What do you think of the THON 2014 Line Dance? Personally, I'm not too impressed. Here's why.
The Hope Express is an annual 135 mile marathon completed in 24 hours as a tribute to THON and the Four Diamond Families. A group of 54 runners make up this year's team, carrying messages from the Four Diamonds children that can't make it to the Bryce Jordan Center.
Sure, we've all taken EGEE102 with Pisupati, GEOSCI010 with Richard Alley (RockOn!), or THEA100 with Rob Schneider (sigh), but what about other classes we wish we had? If Rutgers can get away with a class about Beyoncé and Bruce Springsteen we can get away with some novelty courses too, right?
The Nu Gamma chapter of Chi Omega has decided to close their chapter here at Penn State.
The Upright Citizens Brigade Tour Company will make a stop at Alumni Hall this Thursday, January 30, at 8 p.m. Presented by SPA, the performance is free with a valid Penn State student ID (aka State College High kids can’t crash). UCB is an improv troupe, which means all jokes and skits are not prepared […]
Effective today, the Penn State Sigma Sigma Sigma chapter has been shut down by their national headquarters due to their inability to reach their recruitment quota.
55 Days of Cafe is a huge part of most students' senior years, but there are plenty of students who don't know about another challenge. Introducing, the GMAN challenge. That's right. GMAN, every day, for a year.
Have you taken the latest survey sent to your Penn State email account? If not, consider taking a look at this video. It's pretty much life-changing.
Halloweekend has come to a close whether you like it or not. We saw some popular page-worthy costumes, won against Illinois, and definitely didn't go to class on Friday. But how did our prop bets do? Let's find out!
It's Halloweekend at Penn State, which means Thirsty Thursday will involve more jungle juice than usual. Of course, Halloween in college is a holiday all in its own. It's time for some prop bets.
Deciding where to study abroad is a difficult, but fun choice to have! But what exactly are other people thinking when you tell them where you're studying next semester?
It's been about a year since Onward State introduced the world to Sneezy and it's been quite the ride for both Sneezy and Mary Krupa ever since.
The only way to get through college is to hook up a caffeine IV to yourself. Or take a lot of adderall. Most of us just grab coffee on our walk to class. But where exactly are you buying your coffee? It says a lot more about you than you think.
Hard-hitting journalists Mara Kern and Maggie McGlinchy stopped by the Mad Hat'r on Pugh Street to check out their selection of hats. It. Was. Awesome.
What's Boombox Guy still doing in State College? It's not what you think.
The State College bar scene can feel like an enormous challenge to conquer when you first turn 21, but once you've been around the block a few times, they're pretty easy to navigate. Here are my rankings after my first week bar hopping in Happy Valley -- high school class superlative edition.
The death of Grillers has hit Happy Valley hard. Maggie McGlinchy offers her last departing words.
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Now that I’ve been abroad for almost three months, I am an expert about all things Europe. Lucky for you, I want to impart some of my wisdom on those who are abroad now, about to go abroad this summer or those who want to or wished they enlightened themselves in Europe, just like me.
State College is full of, er, personalities. Boombox Guy, McLanaman, the Willard Preacher, the Squirrel Whisperer, Mike the Mailman – the list goes on. One of the newer players to the game is Todd of the Vamos! Lion Chariot. You probably have seen him riding around campus or downtown honking his bike horn and waving hello at just about everyone.
Penn State Sophomore Nicole Kelner began her small smart purse business out of her dorm room last semester. Now, with a booming Etsy shop, she has created a brand all before officially declaring her major. Learn more about the Smart Purse after the jump.
A little internet birdy told me about Penn State's surplus eBay account -- an apparent dumping ground for the various departments at Penn State to sell all the crap they don't need anymore. I thought that maybe the Lion Ambassadors were cleaning out their closet of Penn State secrets so I was like "Let's check this out!" And then it just turned out to be a really sub-par garage sale that was so bad it wasn't even selling headless Barbies or crock-pots.
So last night the Maybach Music Group made their way to State College to talk about their bitches that look like bags of money. Fortunately I was one of the people in the audience. Here a general around of highlights that happened in a pretty accurate sequencial order:
Good news! On Monday, Boombox Guy announced that he is planning to pass down his boombox to some poor Penn State soul by Thanksgiving. Think you have what it takes?