The long-awaited criminal trial for Graham Spanier, Tim Curley, and Gary Schultz will have to wait even longer.
It’s not easy being a Penn State basketball fan. A six-game losing streak, 3-15 Big Ten record, countless heartbreaking losses, and the fact that we’re losing our best player next year have made it a tough trek for the team’s dwindling number of supporters. Penn State basketball fell victim to its all-too-common tough luck twice in a Senior Night game against Ohio State on Wednesday.
Our friends over at New Leaf Initiative have a cool new series of workshops to help members of our community “learn the skills you most need to do the work you want.” Called “Seed School,” the workshops are broken down into four theme weeks: Connect, Thrive, Design, and Launch.
The Lady Lions 2014-15 season likely came to a merciful end last night with a 68-63 loss at Indiana in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament.
Penn State’s last time on the Bryce Jordan Center floor this season came to a bittersweet end on Senior Night. D.J. Newbill and Ross Travis were honored prior to the game and led the way for the Nittany Lions with 17 and 14 points respectively.
Following in teammate Andrew Wolverton’s footsteps, Penn State men’s soccer forward Mike Minutillo will become the second Nittany Lion this year to join the professional ranks, signing a contract with 07 Vestur of the Faroe Islands’ Premier League.
A forcible sex offense was reported to Penn State Police this morning at 10:37 a.m. The incident reportedly occurred Monday, March 2 at approximately 4:15 p.m. near the southwest corner of the Health and Human Development Building, by the 200 block of East College Ave. A timely warning was sent at 1:57 p.m.
Faculty, staff, and students were only alerted via PSU Alert that classes and campus activities were cancelled at 9:03 a.m. — less than an hour before classes were set to resume.
Tickets to tonight’s basketball game are free for students and now you have absolutely no excuse not to go and celebrate our seniors.
Snow days are as scarce as hen’s teeth and there’s generally only two ways to spend them when they finally come around: by day drinking or binge-watching Netflix. We prepared for each spectacular possibility and have a playlist for whatever type of day you chose for yourself.
One of Penn State’s prized commits will attend one of the most prestigious high school football camps in the country this offseason. Quarterback pledge Jake Zembiec (Aquinas Institute/Rochester, N.Y.) received an invite to The Nike Football Opening Regionals yesterday.
Standout Nittany Lions Christian Hackenberg and Anthony Zettel were named to Sports Illustrated’s Big Ten 2015 watch list.
In late 2012, after losing his mother and basketball mentor, D.J. Newbill was looking for a family. He soon found one at Penn State, highlighted by his relationship with coach Pat Chambers, and both his on and off-court development.
As we all know, the weather around these parts needs to be really, really bad for Penn State to cancel class. Such was the case yesterday, but the Ohio State basketball team decided to throw caution to the sleet and rough the Pennsylvania wilderness to make its Wednesday game anyway. Bad move.
Penn State’s top-line center and leader in assists Taylor Holstrom will likely be out for the season, head coach Guy Gadowsky announced at a press conference today.
In his proposed state budget released today, Wolf appropriated $263.7 million for the university for an increase of 23 percent over last year’s appropriation by Tom Corbett. The budget still has to get through the Republican-dominated legislature, which may see Penn State’s take decrease before it is approved.
An assistant professor in Penn State’s College of Information Sciences and Technology has begun research to investigate how virtual games can teach young children about healthy eating habits.
This week, the University Dance Company will contribute to the campus conversation on mental illness through movement. The contemporary modern dance group’s spring concert will builds on the company’s desire to make an impactful statement about the issues of depression and self-harm amongst college-aged students.
The steps of Old Main aren’t usually put in the same category as the Globe Theatre in London, but April 15, that is exactly what it will become.
Penn State’s class of 2015 voted to create a solar panel array as its contribution to the University, with overwhelming outside support. In order to address numerous inquiries and suggestions on the final design, the Class Gift Campaign and Office of Physical Plant (OPP) have begun a design competition to involve members of the University community in the process.
When was the last time you heard the comment, “You throw like a girl!” as a compliment? Probably never. Former NFL quartberback Don McPherson takes this idea and runs with it (no pun intended). McPherson presented a captivating presentation addressing social justice issues involving gender last night in the HUB’s Freeman Auditorium.