Not the most normal of headlines, but the Icelandic volcano Bardarbunga could become quite the nuisance for Penn State and UCF as they prepare for their season opener in Dublin.
Penn State announced Jay Takach as the team's next equipment manager.
Sad news this morning: Terrell Jones, Penn State’s vice provost for educational equity, died today. According to the Centre Daily Times, it was a result of cancer.
Best College Reviews recently deemed State College the country's eighth-best college town in its list of the top 50.
Penn State is the No. 8 campus in the country, according to the rankings Business Insider compiled from the Princeton Review's college lists.
With only 12 days until football season (whoa), Penn State pulled out all the stops for the hype video it posted over the weekend.
The Board of Trustees' Committee on Governance and Long-Range Planning unanimously agreed that a student-selected student trustee should sit on the board in a big win for students, and also sparred over the reformation of alumni seats during its long meeting this morning at the Penn Stater.
Bill Belton went from a bench rider to stud in a year's time. Now, he's ready to take it even further.
The Ice Bucket Challenge has sufficiently swept the nation. The latest person to be challenged? The Nittany Lion.
Penn State's Board of Trustees displayed an incredible lack of unity this morning at the Penn Stater, as alumni trustees seated in Dean's Hall bickered with the old guard of the board on the consent decree and fine money.
Restaurant: Impossible's episode at Mamma Lucrezia's Pizzeria will air Sept. 24 on the Food Network.
Penn State announced that rising sophomore tight end Adam Breneman is "out indefinitely" with an undisclosed injury, a very unfortunate blow to a strong tight end corps that James Franklin said Penn State would rely on in 2014.
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The hits just keep on coming for James Franklin's recruiting. John Reid, a four-star defensive back from reigning state champion St. Joseph's Prep in Philadelphia, announced his commitment to Penn State for the Class of 2015.
Penn State released a statement on the NCAA's vote to grant its power five conferences autonomy today, saying it fully supports the move that grants it a litany of new powers.
The nine alumni-elected trustees on Penn State's board lettered board chairman Keith Masser today, calling for a special meeting to discuss the university's stance on settlement discussions in the NCAA v. Pennsylvania lawsuit and the consent decree that agreed to the NCAA's sanctions.
Penn State announced its lineup for the 2014-15 Forum Speaker Series, and some names on it should draw significant interest. Among them: NFL Hall of Fame linebacker and concussion awareness advocate Harry Carson on being a "Captain for Life," former New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik on the need for criminal justice reform, and PBS President Paula Kerger on the future of educational media.
New York Passes Law Requiring Coaches To Report Suspected Child Abuse To Police As a Result of Sandusky Scandal
New York governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law a bill Wednesday that requires the state school coaches to report any signs of child abuse to the local police and complete training on how to identify it, according to the New York Daily News.
As his Twitter handle says, Tyoka Jackson knows football. So, the former defensive lineman is set to join the Big Ten Network as an in-studio analyst, according to his social media accounts.
Data-centric and popular blog FiveThirtyEight recently crunched some numbers on the usage of the nation's public transportation, and, perhaps surprisingly, State College is the city with the eighth-most used public transit system in the country.
James Franklin didn't have anything groundbreaking to give us at today's Media Day, having last spoke at the Big Ten Media Days a week ago. But the spry coach provided updates on numerous positions and questions entering training camp, which officially kicks off today.
Every year in August, the Princeton Review releases a bunch of rankings for colleges. And every year, thousands of Penn State students assuredly always check a certain one first. So, here's your result: Penn State is the No. 7 party school in the nation, up two spots from last year's ranking of No. 9.
only is it James Franklin's first year at the helm, but his preseason seniority depth chart didn't reveal anything about his 2014 lineup plans, so today's opening of practice comes full of questions.
Penn State men's basketball took to Instagram to announce its non-conference schedule this season, and it includes some familiar faces among the beginnings of a few new series.
If you're ready for Hillary Clinton to run for president in 2016, the Super PAC sponsoring the bus tour by that name is stopping by the HUB from 3-5 p.m. on Friday.
One of Linebacker U.'s finest products is taking his tutelage to another Pennsylvania school. Dan Connor, Penn State's all-time leading tackler, was announced as West Chester's new linebackers coach yesterday.
Penn State's journalism school recently notched impressive recognition from College Magazine, which ranked the program No. 2 in the country.
409 Pizza and Win(g)s is serving pizza and wings until the wee hours, all while making a statement on Joe Paterno's win count.
The excitement for Christian Hackenberg's sophomore season continues to build, as SportsonEarth recently pegged him as the nation's 36th-best player in its list of the top 100.
National writers like Beaver Stadium more than Big Ten writers, it seems. Penn State football's home was ranked the tenth-best stadium in the country in an Athlon Sports poll of 15 national college football experts.