The reigning Big Ten Champion women’s lacrosse team starts its season off on a high note with a 13-6 win over Lehigh on the road. Steph Lazo and Madison Carter were powerhouses on the offensive front.
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The latest chapter in the long-running war of words is here.
Penn State Kappa Delta sorority sisters appeared on ‘Good Morning America’ with Penn State alumna and host Lara Spencer.
Deliberation Nation is an event that invites students not just to debate, but to engage in enriching conversation about important topics in today’s world. This year’s event will run from February 22-March 3, and all community members are encouraged to attend.
This year the Movin’ On team took submissions from juniors in the graphic design program. After deliberating numerous suggestions, the team selected a design by Katelyn Nellis. Nellis, one of Movin’ On’s graphic design chairs, created a logo depicting Movin’ On’s title printed on an old-school Volkswagen Van.
The Lady Lions pulled off the 65-61 upset on the road in East Lansing In Michigan State.
Penn State will only sell football jerseys with Nos. 1, 16, and 94 this season.
The University Park Undergraduate Association is teaming up with schools around the Commonwealth to re-establish the Pennsylvania Association of State-Related Students (PASS).
Paterno had an idea for a College Football Playoff that would generate money for the athletic departments that needed it.
Sonia Goldstein survived four years in the brutal Stuthof Concentration Camp. Now, she’s sharing her story at Penn State.
The frequently used Holuba Hall is scheduled to get a turf replacement this year for an expected cost of $1.25 million.
The University Park Undergraduate Association tackled a bill and three resolutions at its weekly meeting on Wednesday night, which saw the first piece of legislation fail in the tenth assembly.
Marc Lamont Hill visited Penn State to give a lecture as part of SPA’s Distinguished Speaker Series. The night was anything but ordinary in Alumni Hall with an open atmosphere creating a discussion among all in attendance.
Another day, another Penn State Athletic’s survey sent to Nittany Lion Club members focused on figuring out how much money it can get out of fans for luxury additions to its facilities.
Former Penn State president Graham Spanier officially filed his lawsuit against Louis Freeh for defamation and tortious interference on Wednesday, which came in conjunction with another complaint filed against Penn State for breach of contract.
“I decided to make your Valentine’s Day awesome by rounding up my hottest Bachelor guy friends so we can spend Valentine’s Day together on ‘The Biggest Group Date Eve,'” organizer Maura Carmel said. And it’s not too good to be true, it’s better in fact because all of the proceeds go to THON.
The Russian National Orchestra will make a stop at Penn State on its 25-year anniversary tour on March 3. Student tickets for the show at Eisenhower Auditorium cost $22 and can be purchased online.
Thanks to the help of the Student Nurses Association of Pennsylvania, Penn State came back to defeat Michigan State in their annual blood drive battle. Penn State now leads the series 14-8 all-time.
With THON right around the corner, the final push for funds is well underway. McLanahan’s is getting in the spirit by donating 20 percent of your Penn State purchase to THON until February 15.
Several parking garages downtown will undergo renovations starting in 2017, which may cause temporary problems for State College drivers.
State College Police are asking for help in identifying two males and a female who were allegedly involved in an assault at the Meridian bus stop in January.
If you want to get your first glimpse of the Trace McSorley-led 2016 Nittany Lion football team this spring, you’ll have to be in Beaver Stadium two hours earlier than last year. This year’s Blue-White Game will kick off at 2 p.m. on April 16, the school announced today.
The sixth-ranked Penn State women’s lacrosse talked about defending its B1G title on Monday. The Nittany Lions kick off their season against Lehigh in Bethlehem on Saturday.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf introduced a campaign last week targeted at fighting issues of sexual assault at schools and universities in the state, aptly titled “It’s On Us PA.” Penn State, a recognized leader in the field, is no stranger to such efforts.
You can pick your nose and you can pick your roommates but you can’t pick whether or not your roommate punches you in the nose.
“We have a young group eager to represent Penn State with heavy hearts and high expectations,” Coach Jeff Tambroni said. “It’s not going to be perfect, but that’s not what we signed up for.”