Penn State Athletics announced the 25 members of its inaugural Nittany Lion Fan Council on Monday.
In this episode, David Abruzzese and Jacob Abrams are joined by four-star quarterback commit Jake Zembiec, discussing his recent trip to the Elite 11 finals, his relationship with Christian Hackenberg, and how he’s approaching his senior season at The Aquinas Institute.
The vacancy on South Allen street left by Chili’s will be the future home of Champs Sports Grill. A liquor license is currently pending approval by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board and if all goes according to plan the restaurant will be open by October.
Russ Rose’s squad will be featured on national television six times during the regular season.
Approximately 500 people were evacuated from Schwab Auditorium after a piece of plaster fell from the balcony.
The folks over at RentApplication.com used data collected by the CDC to create an interactive map of “The Most Sexually Diseased Cities in the USA.” So now we can say that State College, and furthermore Penn State, is the least “sexually diseased city” in the Big Ten… behind Rutgers.
What’s your wildest and most vivid memory from this summer? Was it cliff jumping? Hiking? How about being chased by two elephants on the other side of the world? For current Penn Stater Lexi Pannepacker, this was just one of the many highlights from her summer in Thailand.
The Penn State Majorettes “Touch of Blue” traveled to the USA and World Twirling Championships in South Bend, Indiana this past week where they placed first in both Halftime and Dance Twirl competitions, and received the WOW award for choreography.
Penn State’s showdown in Columbus lays claim to the 10th-priciest median in all of college football next year, which fortunately coincides with Penn State’s lowest tuition increase in half a century.
It turns out that Louis Freeh, his law firm, and Penn State can only take so many time-outs before being ordered to hand over the documents used to compile the Freeh Report to the Paterno Family.
Football stars and scholars Sam Ficken and Mike Hull earned National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society memberships following their huge senior seasons.
Yes, child star Corey Feldman was actually booked for entertainment at a State College Spike’s baseball game. After hearing and seeing the performance, however, the Spike’s are very, very sorry.
Lasch Bash finished up with Penn State’s second commitment of the day. Three-star linebacker Shaka Toney gave his verbal commitment to Penn State on Saturday afternoon.
The 6-foot, 210 pound Maryland native had 21 offers and chose Penn State among schools like Pitt, Wisconsin, Temple, and others.
The Board of Trustees unanimously approved the appointment of Douglas Cavener as the next dean of the Eberly College of Science at its meeting in Beaver on Friday. Cavener, a professor and head of biology, has filled the role of interim dean since January.
President Barron’s operating budget and tuition schedule proposal for the 2015-16 academic year, which the board will vote on later in Friday’s meeting, includes no increase in tuition for in-state undergraduate students.
Christian Hackenberg and Akeel Lynch — who were nominated to the Maxwell Award and Doak Walker Award watch lists, respectively, earlier this month — are both garnering even more national attention. Hackenberg was named Davey O’Brien Award watch list, which goes to the top quarterback in college football, while Akeel Lynch was named to the Doak Walker Award watch list, presented to the top running back in college football.
The Penn State Board of Trustees will have some serious numbers to mull over on Friday. The board’s finance committee passed an operating budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year and the tuition schedule on Thursday morning.
If you didn’t hear — or just live under a rock — Penn State football has decided to revisit an iconic look, taking names off of its football jerseys. The team will sport one of the most traditional jerseys in all of sports, paying tribute to the legends that walked the field before them. However, the decision to remove names will not be universally accepted, as fans everywhere are sure to be split on the the matter.
Penn State football will be returning to its staple “Black Shoes and Basic Blues” mantra this season, as the team announced this morning that it will be removing names from the back of its iconic jerseys.
With the help of Penn State’s Small Business Development Center, the Yosua brothers are getting both their programming and entrepreneurial feet wet.