A week after 2012 Penn State graduate Kyle Chase Johnson tragically died while running the Pittsburgh half marathon, local muralist Michael Pilato painted his likeness on the Heister Street mural, a fitting tribute for a man who, by all accounts, was a quintessential Penn Stater.
Author Ryan Beckler
The often-discussed Penn State road trip to Ireland is a bit closer to reaching fruition. Penn State is reportedly in talks with UCF to open the 2014 season in Dublin, Ireland, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
During the past few months, the victims of the recent events at Boston and Newtown have been on the hearts and minds of many in the Penn State community. In remembrance, local muralist Michael Pilato will dedicate a new section of his Heister Street mural to celebrate the lives which were tragically lost.
A Penn State text alert that went out shortly after noon indicates police are searching for a man who made an “indirect threat” in the HUB.
The typical Penn State student passes University Park’s most prestigious building several times a week, yet rarely has the opportunity to ascend its historic bell tower. On Wednesday afternoon, students and others will have the opportunity to explore the ins, outs, and roofs of Old Main.
Over the weekend, the Paternos released a statement to media in which it backs the PS4RS slate of candidates (Ed Brown, Barbara Doran, and William “Bill” Oldsey) for the Penn State Board of Trustees.
With another (mostly painful) year in the books, it’s campaign season again in Happy Valley, and this spring, two incumbents are trying to overcome cynical advertising, eroded friendships, and frequent scathing comments from alumni to secure another term on the Penn State Board of Trustees.
Attorneys representing Mike McQueary and Penn State convened at the Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte today to present their preliminary arguments before Judge Thomas Gavin.
The Penn State Board of Trustees met at the Hershey Medical Center yesterday to discuss (and debate) a laundry list of matters and topics, including, you guessed it, the Freeh report.
Scott Paterno has released a statement on behalf of his family regarding Ken Frazier’s comments about the Freeh report yesterday. Paterno finds Frazier’s choice of words “unfortunate” and says that the Freeh report is no more independent than the Paterno report.
Two summers from now, a new athletic field in Scranton will have some moxie. Well, at least its name will.
As part of its new athletic renovation project, the Penn State Worthington Scranton campus will name its new baseball field after Matt McGloin, the fiery walk-on quarterback who valiantly led the Nittany Lions through an emotional 2012 season.
At this week’s Board of Trustees meeting, outspoken Penn State trustee Anthony Lubrano says he will he suggest that the board invite Louis Freeh and Dick Thornburgh to May’s board meeting, according to a short interview clip with the Centre County Report.
It’s campaign season in Happy Valley, and judging by the first couple weeks, it appears that no other Board of Trustees candidates will face the same opposition as incumbents Paul Suhey and Stephanie Deviney. This morning, an anti-Paul Suhey/Stephanie Deviney billboard was commissioned in downtown State College.
And just as quickly as Aaron Dillen burst onto the UPUA scene, he was gone.
Late last night, Dillen announced that he and his running mate Elias Machina had mutually agreed to drop out of the UPUA presidential race, essentially clinching a victory for the now-unopposed Katelyn Mullen.
UPUA campaigning began at 5 a.m. this morning, but one presidential ticket is already facing potential disqualification. The Board of Arbitration will meet Tuesday night at 7 p.m. in 111 HUB to rule on eligibility violations in the Aaron Dillen/Elias Machina presidential ticket that Onward State outlined late last week.
The 2013 UPUA election season is off to a stumbling start, and campaigning hasn’t even begun. The Elections Commission has been made aware of a potential violation in the Aaron Dillen/Elias Machina presidential ticket which could see the candidates disqualified from the race before it even starts.
For those following Penn State’s thrilling upset of Michigan last night on social media, it was pure jubilation. They say true fans are those that stick with a team through the good times and the bad, and to read the words Penn State basketball faithful last night after that victory was something worth remembering. Here are 35 Tweets that tell the story of the game last night in one of Penn State’s favorite languages — social media.