Author Shannon Fox
“Remember no man is a failure who has friends.”
The 2016 Great Debate: “Entitled America? The Role of Government in Everyday Life,” Paul Begala and Karl Rove debated our nation’s tax dollars and where and when they should be used.
“Young people fully understand that they are the future of this country and they want to determine the future of this country.”
Jake Nair’s journey led him from George Washington to Penn State, where he feels at home as a transgender male.
“Sex Trafficking: Vulnerabilities and Solutions” plans to foster conversation about how Penn State can combat sex trafficking crimes through the state.
SOMA released its full Arts Crawl 2016 line up, including headliners and local acts and artists. Indie bands Hop Along and Pinegrove will headline this year’s event.
The Chillard Preacher was spotted on campus spreading good vibes and smoking his vape pen.
The nation’s first Secretary of Homeland Security and a Penn State law grad will speak at the May 7 ceremony.
Penn State employees Mitch and Rodney Kirsch gave $50,000 to CAPS to show the importance of students mental health.
Springfield member Mark Trevor created a picture perfect proposal for longtime girlfriend Jessie Setlock on the floor at THON.
“I can’t tell you it will be painless, it won’t be.“ Human trafficking survivor Jennifer Kempton spoke on campus Tuesday to raise awareness at Penn State for the problem.
Several parking garages downtown will undergo renovations starting in 2017, which may cause temporary problems for State College drivers.
Penn State graduate and musician Jake Bernard is acquiring success after the release of his EP titled “3P”.
Tokyo Sushi & Hibachi opened its doors downtown this past week, so some members of our staff checked it out. After an extremely filling meal, for a reasonable price, they left happy and full.
Senate hopeful John Fetterman stopped by the Skeller Monday night and shared some beers with the State College community in an effort to boost his campaign.
College students from around the country will participate in the fourth annual Filmi-fusion style dance competition in Eisenhower Auditorium.
Matt and Rachel Krott, siblings from West Deptford, NJ, will be among the 708 dancers in THON 2016, proving that THON really is a family event.