Cailtin Edinger had no idea the guy in her freshman year English project group would turn out to be her future fiancée years later.
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“When every person walks out of the Bryce Jordan Center after the conclusion of THON Weekend, I want them to feel like they just experienced the most unique and powerful event of their entire life.”
“There’s no set way to fundraise or spread awareness, so there’s always something that can be changed for the better or new method to implement.”
The co.space serves as a hub for creativity as well as a second family for everyone who lives there.
“Let it be known that I cannot sing well, but I would sing again in a heartbeat because that’s how amazing it was.”
Though many captains try to generate the pairings based on personality similarities, the chances of getting paired with your future soulmate is — well, pretty slim.
“I totally thought I was getting catfished by an Ohio State grad or something,” Kucyznski joked. “Luckily, I stayed.”
“I absolutely love the day-to-day interactions I have with Penn State Alumni because they have incredible stories, and they inspire me every day with the amount of passion they have in making a difference in the life of a child and family.”
Since Rachel Sutherland and Wesley Ovens didn’t even study at the same campus, they defied the odds by meeting at all.
We like to say, “We are here for the dancers so that they can be there For The Kids.” It is amazing to be able to help a dancer, and seeing how much it means to the kids and families.
“I know that if I keep working, if I keep staying focused, if I keep doing all the little things that I’m doing, it’s going to pay off. I hope that others see my work ethic and are maybe inspired to work more towards their dreams too.”
“Once I entered the BJC THON Weekend last year, I felt completely at home. I realized that this was exactly where I was supposed to be and this organization is where I belong.”
Ever wondered what it would be like to have your sibling at Penn State too? The Rovito triplets know it all too well.
When the U.S. State Department received an invitation from the Iranian Athletic Association that proposed a diplomatic soccer tour of the country in early spring of 1951, government officials reached out to the national champion Nittany Lions first.
“I had just completed my first semester in Lion Ambassadors, we cleaned out our Singing Lions closet which had lots of old pictures and whatnot in it, I was in the process of applying to an internship at the Smithsonian Institution, I was watching a lot of American Pickers on the history channel. Needless to say, I had history on the brain.”
The outdoor involvement fair is a whole new beast. Here’s what you should know to come out alive.
Entering training camp one week late won’t stop Devon Still from competing for a spot on the New York Jets’ roster. It’s one of the easier challenges he’s faced.
While gender presentation is still the mainstream form of drag, anything can be drag as long as it’s an expression of the performer.
Matthew Augustowski and Asia Christian lived on the same floor freshman year, but they didn’t officially meet until Christian fatefully strayed from her normal routine.
Seriously, whatever you’re doing, make sure you’re having fun.
UPUA 12th Assembly Chief of Staff Jen Heckman will soon begin her second year in the position.
Penn State alumnus Taylor Wright might not have ended up with the love of his life if he hadn’t decided to transfer schools.
Penn State professor Pamela Monk takes the concept of real-world experience to an entirely new level.
Nittany Greyhounds has been finding loving homes for retired racing greyhounds for 22 years.
Student by day and fitness instructor by night, war veteran Corey Tilghman uses his past experiences to show others how important it is to persevere.