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Have a business or project that you need funding for? Penn State’s “Let’s Grow State” might have the solution for you.
Tommy’s Asian Grill on College Ave was temporarily closed on Thursday due to unsanitary conditions.
Participants can purchase wristbands from Hotel State College, the Tavern, Bradley’s Steaks, Primanti Bros, or Cafe 210.
Two students, Trystn Murphy and Hanna DeMarte, have been fined $362 each for ripping up “Trump Pence Make America Great Again” lawn signs earlier this month.
The Smeal College of Business and its student organizations are notoriously good at preparing students for interviews and internships, but…
Students Engaging Students collaborates with other Penn State organizations each year to put on the Thanksgiving Basket Drive, an initiative to provide Thanksgiving meals to families in need throughout Centre County.
A week after election and President-elect Donald Trump’s victory, members of the community came together in a walk-out protesting the election’s outcome in front of Old Main.
Son of Republican presidential nominee Eric Trump campaigned for his father, Donald Trump, on Monday afternoon in a cramped State College campaign office to energize volunteers.
HackPSU prepares to host its eighth hackathon in four years this week at the business building for tech savvy students from across the country.
Students for Hillary and Students for Trump will debate foreign policy this Thursday in the Sparks Building covering conflicts in Iraq and Syria along with immigration.
Shields’ talk focused on how the acceleration of technology has drastically impacted social norms around the world.
Many universities offer students the ability to manage and invest funds that the university owns, but the Nittany Lion Fund is unique in that all of its $7 million comes from outside investors.
Tim Kaine will visit State College on Friday, Oct. 21 to campaign for Hillary Clinton. Kaine is the second high-profile Democratic Party candidate to visit the area.
“We want to make a real impact on the service members diagnosed with PTSD who still sacrifice every day for the freedoms we enjoy,” said Nicholas Pisciotta, the lead organizer of the event. “Our veterans cannot deal with this alone and we cannot help our veterans without Penn State’s help.”
Four-time incumbent Republican Rep. Glenn Thompson will debate Democrat Kerith Strano Taylor on Oct. 15 at Innovation Park on WPSU.
Tracie Bogus, the Clery Compliance Manager for Penn State, released the Combined Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report last week.
The Penn State College Republicans and College Democrats debated the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) and the United States’ role in the South China Sea on Wednesday night of the second annual PSU Votes Week.
Students for Hillary and the Bull-Moose Party (aka Students for Trump) debated last night as part of UPUA’s PSU Votes Week.
Speech and Debate Society will moderate a debate between Students for Hillary and Bull-Moose Party (Students for Trump) as part of UPUA’s PSU Votes Week initiative.
The College Republicans and College Democrats will debate two important national issues next week at the HUB’s Flex Theatre.
State of State held its first event of the year yesterday — a Student Affairs Town Hall
U.S. News & World Report ranked Penn State as the 50th best university in the country, tied with the University of Florida, Pepperdine University, and Villanova University.
Chelsea Clinton was in State College yesterday not only garnering support for her mother’s presidential campaign but also encouraging students (especially) to get out and vote on November 8.
The one-credit course is run by the Penn State McCourtney Institute for Democracy and is labeled in LionPATH simply as “The Trump Course.”
Despite the identity crisis plaguing the Penn State College Republicans and some other Republicans across the country, Garrison “Gary” Cattell, commonly known as the Willard Preacher, wants to “Make America Great again”. Cattell gave Trump his coveted presidential endorsement, presented alongside his daily sermons about drunk college students, premarital sex, and homosexuality.