The State College Borough Council met Monday night and agreed to postpone decisions about amendments to marijuana possession penalties and the Property Maintenance Code to give students a chance to voice their opinions this fall.
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“Go out every Thursday during your freshman year because it literally doesn’t matter.”
Jerry Sandusky was back in Centre County Court Monday as his lawyers made arguments seeking a new trial.
UPUA President Terry Ford and IFC President Will Quaranta will call on the Borough Council tonight to hold off on going forward with recommended amendments to the Property Maintenance Code until the student body’s voice is heard.
Penn State and Ohio State will kick off at 8 p.m. for this year’s Whiteout game on October 22.
The Schreyer Honors College External Board of Advisory honored the college’s dean Christian Brady with a scholarship in his name, which will first be awarded next year.
One student submitted community content about her experience with UHS and how it handled her sexual assault.
Penn State needed a rebound performance at home as it played host to Big Ten rival Maryland for a three-game series this weekend, but it didn’t go as planned.
I’m leaving Happy Valley knowing I’ve made the memories of a lifetime — and for that, I’m grateful.
Zettel, Penn State’s beloved tree-tackling super athlete, went No. 202 overall in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft to the Detroit Lions.
Defensive tackle Kamonte Carter was dismissed from Penn State after violating team rules.
No. 18 Penn State delivered a huge victory on an emotional Senior Day in which the Nittany Lions dedicated their locker room to fallen teammate Connor Darcey.
Hackenberg departs from Penn State as the only 8,000-yard passer in program history, and holds various other Penn State passing records.
This years winner of the battle of the bands, Cecil Blutcher, will be opening for Movin’ On 2016.
UPUA penned a letter commending the Alumni Association for its generosity in supporting the 2016 Class Gift Campaign.
Here’s everything you need to know about Penn State’s free music festival. Headlined by Walk the Moon and including performances by Nelly, Misterwives, X Ambassadors, Sammy Adams, and Cecil Blutcher, the concert will take over the IM Fields tonight starting at 3:30 p.m.
Finals week inevitably means more time spent on campus — eating, collecting free stuff, attending de-stress events, and (hopefully) studying. With this in mind, the university has extended hours next week for dining halls, parking, CATAbuses, and the library.
East Halls is revealing the contents of a recently-found time capsule from 1965 and saying goodbye to the beloved Big Onion next week.
John Urschel is bringing his mathematical expertise to the NFL Draft where he is partnering with GE to evaluate the top picks.
UPUA prepared for summer in its final meeting of the 2015-16 school year last night. In the words of Vice President Katie Jordan: “H.A.G.S.!”
After a poor offensive showing and a sloppy defensive effort, Penn State baseball dropped its fourth in five games after losing to Kent State 6-2.
Tight end Brent Wilkerson was dismissed from the Penn State football program on Wednesday after being suspended indefinitely in March.
The Class of 2016’s gift is having impacts across the university, as many would argue, it should. The Alumni Association will match the funds raised by the Class of 2016 — an amount that adds up to $200,000. Currently, this commitment by the Alumni Association is the largest in Penn State Class Gift history.
We took a look at Penn State’s recruiting efforts thus far in the class of 2017. While the Nittany Lions might be struggling at linebacker, they’re squarely in the mix for a number of five-star prospects.
Thanks to new initiatives from Penn State Transportation Services, students will have the opportunity to rent a car from the university this fall.
Even though the semester is coming to a close, performance groups across campus are just beginning to debut the acts they’ve worked on all year. The Penn State Performing Arts Council will present their first ever end-of-the-year showcase later this week in Schwab Auditorium.