Just in time for Election Day, Susan Corbett will be the guest of honor at the Centre County Republicans' Chairman Luncheon at noon on Oct. 29 at the Toftrees Conference and Resort Center.
The odds are against us on this one, Penn State. The Nittany Lions are facing one of their largest home spread deficits ever for Saturday's Whiteout against the Buckeyes, and for really good reason. But hey, at least the disparities between Penn State and our nuttily named (sorry) opponent give us a chance to have some fun with numbers!
Penn Staters in favor of black shoes and basic blues got some good news today from James Franklin during his weekly radio show at Damon's.
John Urschel has only started two NFL games, but the genius Nittany Lion already has a name for himself in the NFL.
Yik Yak is causing more fear for the Penn State community after a bomb threat threatening the Berks campus that police are still investigating appeared on the app Monday night.
Rally in the Valley 2014 will be held this Friday in Rec Hall, complete with performances from the Lionettes, the Blue Band, cheerleaders, and the Nittany Lion.
Aside from being a great coach and wordsmith during his time in Happy Valley, Bill O'Brien always knew how to hold a damn fine press conference. That hasn't changed since he left for the NFL.
The Board of Trustees will hold a special public meeting on at 11 a.m. on Oct. 28 to discuss and vote on Al Lord's resolution about its acceptance of the Freeh Report. The trustees will meet in private before the public session begins.
Penn State men's basketball will host an open scrimmage for tailgating-averse fans prior to football's Ohio State game at 2 p.m. next Saturday, Oct. 25 in the Bryce Jordan Center.
If not owning a tent has been your excuse for Nittanyville absences, it's time to get to Gate A.
Keegan Michael-Key, known to the casual comedy fan as Hingle McKringleberry or a litany of other names, took a stop on Penn State's campus last week to speak to the School of Theatre and receive an Alumni Fellow Award.
Students will have something besides alcohol to occupy their time this State Patty's Day. A movie and film festival called THAW that should envelop State College is in the works for the weekend of Feb. 28-March 1.
Seventeen-year old Gabriel Shull of State College was arrested this morning after soliciting money from a female pedestrian while brandishing a BB gun, according to police. Shull was arraigned this morning and charged as an adult with robbery, unlawful restraint, simple assault, and possession of instruments of crime and a minor drug charge.
Jong Seong Shim, the suspect of sending an anonymous shooting threat on Yik Yak, was arraigned today in Bellefonte and now being held on $100,000 bail at the Centre County Correctional Facility.
The vandals who spray-painted swastikas at Beta Sigma Beta last year were released sentenced to lengthy probation and a fine.
The episode of "Hotel Impossible" featuring State College's AutoPort that was filmed in June will air on the Travel Channel on Tuesday, Oct. 14 at 9 p.m.
James Franklin testified during a pretrial hearing in the rape case against four of his former players, saying that he never saw a video of the alleged assault despite telling his team otherwise because he didn't want to "water down" the message.
Hockey season will soon be upon us, and the Pegula Ice Arena is preparing with the Hockey Valley Rally scheduled for Wednesday night at 9 p.m.
Ziaudan Yousafzai, the father of famed Pakistani human rights activist Malala, will speak at Penn State courtesy of SPA at 8 p.m. on Nov. 18 in the Schwab Auditorium.
As fears of Ebola continue to spread nationally, Penn State spokeswoman Lisa Powers said there is no known risk here but the university is actively monitoring the situation.
The validity of the NCAA's Consent Decree will remain up for debate in the legal system after a Commonwealth Court denied a motion to dismiss the case.
Sure, Beaver Stadium hasn't been #107kstrong this year, but it's getting a lot closer than it was since the NCAA levied its sanctions.
Boal Mansion CEO Christopher G. Lee, 65, was federally indicted and charged with possession of child pornography and coercing of a minor to engage in sexual activity after a joint investigation by the FBI and State College Police today.
Penn State became the latest university to join the You Can Play movement today, releasing a video with Division I coaches, athletes, and university administrators encouraging people to play sports regardless of their sexual orientation.
A "major announcement" came today from the People's Joe group in the form of a 0:34 second promotional video -- a rally to restore Joe Paterno's wins is planned for Oct. 24-25 at the Student Bookstore downtown.
This oughta fill up your weird news quota for the day: Penn State political science professor Peter Hatemi, along with researchers from Harvard and Brown, theorized that liberals and conservatives could be attracted to other liberals and conservatives because of their distinct smells.
Author and activist Brian Cuban will speak at Penn State about his recovery from eating disorders and drug addiction at 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 27 in the HUB as part of UHS's Love Your Body Week.
Authorities arrested alleged State College drug dealer Wesley Tse yesterday after seizing a serious hoard of drugs from his University Terrace apartment, according to the Attorney General’s office.
Eric Barron has ambitious plans for his presidency, but after more than four months on the job, he hasn't forgotten to manage the community.