Despite pulling out of the 2012 race for the presidency, former Pennsylvania Senator and Penn State alumnus Rick Santorum announced he will be making a bid for office again in 2016.
State senator and Penn State graduate John Yudichak has been no stranger to the reform movement at his alma mater in recent years. After proposing a Board of Trustees reform package in the state senate more than a year ago, Yudichak is back with another proposal, albeit drastically different.
Penn State’s College of Arts and Architecture will present two weeks of music in June as a part of its Music at Penn’s Woods festival. The festival kicks off on June 10 with a free concert at the Arboretum, and continues until June 27.
In a statement, IFC President Rick Groves elaborated on the Executive Board’s recommendation to the university and fully supported its decision to suspend KDR.
After a two month investigation that garnered significant national news interest, Penn State handed down a three year suspension to the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity. Penn State released a statement earlier this evening, which included a letter from Vice President for Student Affairs Damon Sims, announcing the decision.
The Nittany Lions won six games in two days to win their first-ever 7’s title.
JoePa might start to get his name back on different things across the state.
Penn State Head Coach Pat Chambers has found his right hand man in former Director of Basketball Operations Ross Condon, who will become Chambers’ new assistant coach, according to CBSSports. Condon replaces Brian Daly, who left the team in early May for personal reasons, stating, “I have been away from my family for the last few years and as my children are getting older and our oldest son is entering his senior year, I want to be in Philadelphia with them.”
The ninth Summer’s Best Music Fest lineup features a slew of talented acts, including country singer Jo Dee Messina.
Over the past nine months Sandy Barbour has learned “every week, every day, every month” about Joe Paterno’s positive and lasting influence.
Seven teams have earned the Public Recognition Award for high scores under the Academic Progress Rate.
Governor Tom Wolf’s proposed budget landed him a guest spot on President Barron’s monthly talk show, “Higher Education in Focus.” The two will discuss Penn State’s role in the Pennsylvania economy as well as how Wolf’s budget pertains to higher education.
A 19-year-old former engineering student from China, Zhongyuan Shao now faces nine to 23 months in the Centre County Correctional Facility for indecent assault, harassment, criminal trespassing, and burglary.
Senior cornerback Da’Quan Davis is no longer a member of Penn State’s football program. Head Coach James Franklin had no further comment.
Matt Brown and Laura Gebhart are “keeping the main thing the main thing.”
Penn State Reads is looking for community volunteers to help choose the 2016 common book. Volunteer to read one of eight contenders and help mold the minds of the incoming class.
Hannah Ehresmann and Celine Whitinger are the first two invitees to the camp in the program’s history.
The council is an opportunity for fans, alumni, and students to give feedback to Intercollegiate Athletics.
After being crowned the first Big Ten Women’s Lacrosse Champions and making their third NCAA quarterfinals appearance, the Nittany Lions had three players honored as All-Americans for their incredible seasons.
Three-star offensive lineman Alex Gellerstedt announced his commitment to Penn State this afternoon.
If you’re in State College and need an excuse to justify the heaping scoops of deliciousness, head to the Creamery knowing you’re about to enjoy some of the best ice cream in the country.
The Pennsylvania Special Olympics has a Penn State-themed raffle going on right now that offers the opportunity to cheer on the Nittany Lions next season in one of America’s greatest cities.
Penn State Baseball’s season came to an end thanks to inclement weather and Purdue’s hot bats.
Coming off of a breakout year as probably the second most impactful defensive player, Anthony Zettel opted to stay at Penn State for his senior year, making many Nittany Lion fans rejoice. And apparently, according to fellow rising senior Jordan Dudas, Zettel has already started training for the 2015 campaign in an untraditional way.
The Tar Heels scored seven unanswered in the second half to put the game out of reach.
Dalton is the No. 1 recruit from Massachusetts and the No. 6 tight end nationally.