Leah Still, media darling and four-year-old daughter of former Penn State All-American defensive tackle Devon Still, was a special guest at Temple University’s spring football game Saturday afternoon.
In the song “Beer Run,” Garth Brooks says he “can’t stop thinking what the hell they were drinking when they made this county dry.” If this weekend is any indication, Bryce Jordan Center regulars may be wondering the same thing about their arena that Brooks did about his county. With a successful first weekend of beer sales at the BJC, it wouldn’t be surprising for limited liquor sales to continue at the arena.
Full Ammo Improv performs long form, improvisational sketches, where everything is created the moment it is performed.
We tagged along to a meeting with Students of S.H.I.E.L.D, a new club for Marvel comic fanatics.
Though Hillary Rodham Clinton chose Wellesley College as her undergraduate alma mater, the presidential hopeful is connected to Penn State through her father and brother, former Nittany Lions football players.
10 years ago, no one in the Willie family had any connection to Penn State. Two kidney cancer diagnoses, an intuitive 11-year old, and Uplifting Athletes brought the Willies to Penn State. Fast forward to today and the family, originally from Happy Valley, Oregon, calls State College its second home.
While the restaurant’s wine bar is not yet open as the owners await a liquor license, Zola is already serving food under a soft opening. We sent three writers to review the restaurant.
For the first time in four seasons, Penn State will have a full compliment of scholarships on the roster jockeying for position to make the first team, a welcome sign for a coach in need of talent at multiple positions.
We power ranked the seven best outdoor bars in State College, so you can be an informed drinker.
Penn State is a big place, but the Costume Design emphasis in the School of Theatre only has eight students. Yup, you read that correctly: eight.
Whether you were a fanatic die-hard fan since the show’s release in the ’90s, or you quickly became a new fan due to its recent release on Netflix, you’ve probably seen the classic sitcom “Friends.” Six 20-something-year-old friends having hilarious misadventures and experiences in New York City, what’s not to love?! As a college student in the middle of rural State College, your life may seem nothing like this come, but you’re wrong! Penn State and “Friends” have a lot more in common than you think.
The annual Blue-White scrimmage came and went, giving fans plenty of fuel as summer approaches. This season brings with it a recurring question: How exactly will the offensive line fare in 2015?
People love to Instagram. People love Penn State. Combine the two with some classic photo-ops, and you get some of the most basic Penn State pictures of all time. We recreated the best to show you a little taste of Sunday morning Instagram scrolling here in Happy Valley.
Penn Staters Ali Kreiger and Alyssa Naeher are posied to represent the U.S. at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
David Tuck, a 91-year-old who survived the Lodz Ghetto and Auschwitz concentration camp, spoke to a full crowd in the Kern Building Monday night and shared his powerful life story.
Three comedians made the Bryce Jordan Center roar with thunderous laughter and applause Monday night despite unfortunate weather conditions. “Saturday Night Live” regulars Vanessa Bayer and Kate McKinnon, along with MTV’s “Pranked” host and SNL writer Streeter Seidell, brought high energy and a little touch of the weekly sketch show to Happy Valley, and tailored their jokes to the Penn State student crowd.
After a breakout spring game, Scott may have a real chance to emerge from the shadows and claim the role as change-of-pace back in relief of Lynch. He’ll be tasked with fending off some talented competitors, but if Saturday was any indication, Scott may be a diamond in the rough.
Welcome to “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” — the show where everything’s made up, the points don’t matter, and Penn State is the stage.
Though Minnesota finished off its sweep of Penn State Baseball on Sunday afternoon, at least one Nittany Lion had something to be excited about after the game.
Reaffirming President Barron’s new initiative, Houston explained the startup weeks are an important part of the entrepreneurial attitude. “There’s a culture among entrepreneurs of paying it forward. Anyone you talk to received a lot of help from people who didn’t need to help them.”