Magic was in the air as No. 24 Penn State took down then-No. 2 Ohio State, so we ranked the 24 best things that happened.
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“If you respect the bee, the bee will respect you.”
Penn State hockey has the chance to beat No. 3 Notre Dame, its highest-ranked opponent in program history. Meet the enemy.
“Every interaction with an individual is the opportunity to capture a lifetime of support and awareness for our cause and mission.”
“My high school had a junior high tryout for field hockey,” Morett-Curtiss said. “I went to the tryout that day and I remember coming back home. I had my hockey stick and I had never really seen a hockey stick before. I remember running through the door and saying ‘I’m going to play field hockey.’ My dad said ‘what is it?’ I said ‘ I don’t know, but this is the stick you use to play it.'”
Penn State Men’s Basketball’s Roman Catholic freshmen are ready to take the stage together once again.
Believe it or not, it seems like being a freshman in college hasn’t changed much in the last century.
Many universities offer students the ability to manage and invest funds that the university owns, but the Nittany Lion Fund is unique in that all of its $7 million comes from outside investors.
Talking for even a few minutes with Dr. Kirk French about his new class, one thing becomes abundantly clear: the man has a passion for alcohol.
“As much as I love Penn State, I realize that there are issues that I want to change, and ABTS is cool because it’s a nationwide group of students who are all working towards the same goals.”
Nickolette Driesse and Angela Widlacki have played important roles as seniors for Penn State soccere. They were honored Sunday at senior day against Purdue.
Dancer Relations Director Alanna Figurelli hopes to enhance the way THON educates the community on interacting with dancers.
State College artists rejoiced as the new Art Alliance Gallery opened downtown this week. We talked to the people behind it.
Even more reliable than your favorite bar is your favorite specialty night. Whether you’re a country fan, a live music connoisseur, or a sex expert, there’s bound to be one night in the long State College drinking week that feels like home to you.
The organization was founded in 2014 and is beginning to see a steady incline in interest from fashion-loving students.
For the love of God, please stop puking in the student section.
Lion Troop supports and assists the Nittany Lion in his attempt to achieve legendary status at the yearly college mascot championships.
Trace McSorley and Saquon Barkley were phenomenal Saturday in leading Penn State to 524 yards of total offense and a sweet 38-14 Homecoming win over the Terrapins.
Britt Basinger and Elizabeth Ball are each in their third season with the Nittany Lions and have integrated a number of young players into the back line this fall.