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Penn State and the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile have a relationship that’s approaching its third decade. The Wienermobile first hit the streets in 1936, and it has been manned by a team of Hotdoggers since 1988. There has been a Penn Stater at the wheel of the Wienermobile every year since the program’s inception.
Before I spent a day in a Hijab I fancied myself a wholly tolerant person, but I was about to learn a lot. It turns out my calls for social justice come mounted on a very high horse.
Penn State graduate and musician Jake Bernard is acquiring success after the release of his EP titled “3P”.
Three talented Penn State students start off strong in their careers in graphic design by winning AIGA awards last month.
Meet twins Courtney and Cassondra Ondeck. In the womb they were Baby A and Baby B and now they’re dancers 291A and 291B in THON 2016.
Before he was darting down the field in a blue and orange Broncos lid, Jordan Norwood donned the iconic white helmet with the blue stripe.
n keeping with the THON hype, our Director series returns with the leader of all social and brand management platforms and connections to all things FTK, Public Relations Director Lily Beatty.
Joe Humphreys grew up around the State College area, and he didn’t miss the opportunity to fish the incredible waters of the region. Until now, nobody had told the story of his childhood, his rise to stardom among the fly fishing community, or his desire to care for the environment.
My 16-year competitive amateur career ended in November. I hope the next Nittany Lion to wear No. 20 enjoys it as much as I did, then I remember — it’s Penn State, how could they not?
Brother and sister Mike and Kathryn Hoover will both enjoy a familiar face out of the 707 other dancers in the BJC during THON, as the siblings both received the opportunity to dance FTK.
Somewhere, locked in a vault, the 2016 Line Dance is written, just waiting to be stuck in our heads for a month. Before it’s released, however, we predicted what we’ll be singing about and dancing to every hour for 46 hours.
The on-court and on-ice results weren’t ideal, but Penn State getting the Madison Square Garden experience won’t soon be forgotten.
The major of Mining Engineering at Penn State is celebrating its 125 anniversary this year. With a dedication to remaining committed to students, the program prepares students for the world of mineral extraction.
Matt and Rachel Krott, siblings from West Deptford, NJ, will be among the 708 dancers in THON 2016, proving that THON really is a family event.
One positive for the Penn State men’s basketball season is the progression of sophomore point guard Payton Banks thanks to all the work he put into the offseason.
Chuck Lawless was at Cafe 210 West to watch the Go-Go’s perform. A senior with no interest in finding a serious relationship had his plans derailed when he met Sydney Moser.
We’re one day away from the much-anticipated Big Ten Super Saturday — Penn State vs. Michigan hoops at noon then hockey at night.
This week’s THON Director Thursday features the Donor & Alumni Relations (DAR), Alumni Engagement Director Paige Schank. In our interview, Schank talks about Alumni Engagement’s recent inception and her crucial role in updating all past THONers’ awareness of the progressing philanthropy.
Michigan has a storied history, but hasn’t been able to match up with the Nittany Lions in the teams’ brief rivalry. We took a look at some memorable moments from the series so far.
16-year-old Taylor Guelich is a sophomore in the College of Engineering, and already has a mile-long list of achievements. Her finest features, however, lie less in her accolades and more in her positive attitude.