The Penn State Herbarium’s history stretches back almost as far as the university itself.
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“Although State of State certainly has become an excellent platform to shed light on issues in our community, the greatest benefits of it come from the frame of mind it encourages its participants to explore.”
“Like the proud Pennsylvania mountain lion who represents both Penn State and State High, she symbolizes the enduring spirit of our place. She belongs to us.”
Sometimes the most fateful meetings happen in the most unlikely circumstances.
The senior at 141 is heading into his last postseason as one of the hottest wrestlers in the country with a shot to avenge his NWCA Dual Championship loss to Dean Heil and his 2016 Big Ten title match loss to Anthony Ashnault.
For alumna Megan Collins, the road to success was often a terrifying one, but she doesn’t think there’s any better way to get there.
Bill Jeffrey, Penn State’s first great men’s soccer coach and the namesake of home stadium Jeffrey Field, helped raise the status of soccer in America as a trailblazer of the college game and a member of the United States 1950 World Cup team that pulled off one of the greatest upsets in international soccer history.
Penn State employees and alumni John Ake and Tyler Davis created All Day Fitness in 2016. Now, they’re preparing for their second shot at the day-long challenge.
Joonas Suotamo, a 2008 Penn State graduate and former Nittany Lion basketball player, will take over the role of Chewbacca in the upcoming Han Solo movie.
Between stops with the Pittsburgh Pirates and Cleveland Rams, Hugo Bezdek spent 18 years shaping Penn State Athletics into the powerhouse it remains to this day.
You know you’re standing 46 when you start to cry because of inflatable turtles.
Track and Field’s young middle-distance stars are primed for Big Ten titles at the indoor championships this weekend.
Student researchers in Penn State’s Red Cell Analytics Lab are using THON to better understand how to develop strategies to mitigate security threats.
It’s time for a Penn State Dads favorite: the Donor and Alumni Relations committee.
Relive DNCE’s THON performance here, because honestly we’re all still in shock.