Author Tim Gilbert
I don’t know what to say. It’s weird, because I’m an outspoken smartass rarely short of words. But as I sit here at 4:46 a.m. alone in the HUB Library, I realize there’s just no way I could write this column without wishing I had perfected it just so.
Penn State basketball announced it will host the DePaul Blue Demons of the Big East in the inaugural Gavitt Tipoff Games on Tuesday, Nov. 17, the third announced opponent of its 2015-16 schedule.
James Franklin will return to Yankee Stadium on Tuesday to throw out the first pitch in the Yankees’ tilt against the Tampa Bay Rays.
The festivities during this Blue-White Weekend won’t be restricted to Beaver Stadium. The Student Bookstore is hosting a weekend of events called “Build The Future, Honor The Past.”
Norman Augustine, the former CEO of aerospace and defense technology company Lockheed Martin, will at Penn State at 4:30 p.m. on April 28 in the Freeman Auditorium.
Keith Olbermann surprised the seven viewers of his show today, announcing that he will speak on campus next month at the College of Communications’ Commencement ceremony.
New court documents from Jake Corman’s lawsuit have revealed Mark Emmert’s entire inbox.
Micha Hancock’s Penn State volleyball career is over, but she might not be done adding to her impressive award collection.
In its second year as a Big Ten program, Terry Pegula’s investment in Penn State hockey is continuing to pay off.
Meet your Final Four: Cafe, Skeller, Phyrst, and Gaff. It’s time to vote.
A duo of Nittany Lion wrestlers will battle for Big Ten titles today after successful semifinals yesterday at the conference tournament in Columbus, while five more will play in the consolation brackets for third place finishes.
Four-star power forward Joe Hampton (Oak Hill Academy/Mouth of Wilson, Va.) announced his decommitment from Penn State’s Class of 2016 without reason on Twitter.
As we all know, the weather around these parts needs to be really, really bad for Penn State to cancel class. Such was the case yesterday, but the Ohio State basketball team decided to throw caution to the sleet and rough the Pennsylvania wilderness to make its Wednesday game anyway. Bad move.
In an analogy-driven apology, Keith Olbermann again apologized for his dumb comments about THON last week, announced no donation to THON but listed other donations he’s made, and seemed to deflect most of the blame to the pitfalls of Twitter, or what he equated to “batting practice.”
Keith Olbermann’s pedestal returns to the airwaves today after his one-week suspension (if you’ve somehow avoided why that suspension is a thing, catch up), and he’s giving those who pined for that punishment a reason to tune in.
Only three trustees are running for the three alumni seats in the 2015 BoT election.
Do you live in squalor? We’re on the hunt for State College’s most filthy dorms and apartments.
THON and State Patty’s have come and gone, meaning it’s only one week until Spring Break. For some, this means a week of partying on vacation; for others, it’s a week of relaxation and a break from homework. So this week, our Music Monday playlist contains a variety of songs made for both turning up and down.
Trying to make audible “The Silent Conversation,” State Of State and the Association of Residence Halls will co-host a discussion moderated by World In Conversation facilitators this evening regarding race relations at Penn State from 5-6 p.m. in 106 Boucke Building.
State College’s newest brand of criminal should make the townsfolk cower in fear.
Welp. Keith Olbermann is back at it. Except this time, he’ll be more hard-pressed to find support from his blind followers. Apparently lacking the attention he so desperately needs recently, he used THON and its $13 million total for the kids as a springboard into calling Penn State students “pitiful.”
All of the orgs that raise money for THON deserve recognition, since every penny goes toward such a great cause. For the orgs that consistently rank among the top fundraisers, they find some extra motivation in maintaining their top ranking. Check out the top fundraisers from 2015.
Homecoming announced its 2015 theme tonight: A Legacy To Shape The Future. Homecoming Week is October 4-10, 2015.