Several State College government officials will host a town hall on immigration policy this Thursday.
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Student researchers in Penn State’s Red Cell Analytics Lab are using THON to better understand how to develop strategies to mitigate security threats.
Last year, the founders of Eclipse embarked on creating their own THON organization. Now, they’re dancing for the first time.
Eddie Nolan originally only sang for himself to relieve stress. Friday night, he took his acoustic talents to THON’s stage for the dancers.
The town hall event will discuss the impact on the international community and resources offered here at Penn State.
The Penn State community gathered for a candlelight vigil to remember Timothy Piazza’s life on Sunday night.
Alumnus Steve Garguilo is moving the world forward after launching TEDxPSU seven years ago. See where his efforts have led him today.
Inspired by a lecture from Boston Imam Suhaib Webb and his “Free Hugs Friday” campaign, some Muslim and Christian students set up a table every month to give away free pizza.
State College residents set a Guinness World Record for the largest ice luminary display last night.
As an Iranian citizen, Joe fears for his life and what his future will look like. He fears deportation back to his home country and the real possibility of getting thrown in prison for the rest of his life.
The Coalition of Graduate Employees is campaigning to unionize, seeking higher compensation and better benefits.
Someonew aims to make the process of meeting people around campus a little less daunting.
A lot has changed over the last 76 years at Penn State.
Have a startup idea or company that you want to launch but don’t know where to begin? The Happy Valley LaunchBox downtown on Allen Street is currently accepting applications for their Spring 2017 cohort.
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.