Sullivan-Brown is the fourth recruit to pick the Nittany Lions in the weeks following the annual Lasch Bash, bringing Penn State’s Class of 2017 to 12 members.
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Tim Frazier won’t be returning to the NBA D-League anytime soon, but one of his many highlights made the D-League’s “Moves of the 2015-16 Season” reel.
Big Ten player confirmed what we already know: a game in Beaver Stadium is the toughest in the conference.
An officer from the College Republicans plagiarized multiple media outlets in a letter to the he wrote that was published in Daily Collegian.
After last year’s Big Ten and NCAA championships, the Nittany Lions will host intra-state competitor Lehigh in its sole BJC dual match of the 2016-2017 season.
It seems as though Penn State basketball is adding the final touches to its non-conference schedule, adding home games against George Mason, Colgate, and Wright State to the mix.
Penn State kept things rolling on the recruiting trail Wednesday with a commitment from three-star safety Derrek Pitts.
Tickets sales for the Stripe Out game against Temple on September 17 will benefit THON, making this year’s rematch against the Owls a B1G one.
Check out the latest Penn State football hype video.
Penn State hockey’s Matt Mendelson is competing in the 2017 Macabbi games, often referred to as the “Jewish Olympics.”
Mark Dantonio and Urban Meyer both defended their programs at Big Ten Media Days, saying neither used Sandusky news to negatively recruit against Penn State.
The Board’s committee on Governance and Long-Range Planning was warmly receptive to the student governments’ suggestion to add permanent ex-officio seats for the UPUA and CCSG vice presidents.
After a long commitment drought, James Franklin and Co. have picked up some steam, receiving their second commitment of the week from four-star safety Jonathan Sutherland.
Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi would like to see Penn State and Pitt clash on an annual basis. We speak for both fanbases in saying we’d like to see the exact same thing.
Penn State basketball returns to The Palestra in January to take on Tom Izzo and the Michigan State Spartans.
The Board of Trustees met for their bimonthly meeting in Wilkes-Barre this afternoon where it elected a new Chairman and voted to raise tuition.
Proposals from students, staff, faculty, and alumni can be submitted until September 16.
“Other schools are contacting [Penn State targets] and telling them the NCAA is going to get involved and impose more sanctions…To insinuate that NCAA enforcement is looking at us and considering additional sanctions is preposterous,” Barbour said.
You could live in Earle Hall or Robinson Hall in the future.
The Board of Trustees finance committee proposed a tuition increase despite increased appropriations from the state.
The committee on academic affairs and student life reported that the 8,900 students coming to University Park in the fall will make the Class of 2020 Penn State’s largest ever. Oh, and there’s no turning back from LionPATH now.
The non-profit NextGen Climate Pennsylvania is hosting a rally to “stop Donald Trump” at noon around the Allen Street gates today.
Yet another Sheetz will open in the State College area. For those of you following along at home, it will be the sixth store in the area.
Thanks to three-star 2017 safety Brelin Faison-Walden’s commitment on Wednesday, Penn State’s lengthy recruiting drought is finally over.
When Penn State’s Board of Trustees meets Thursday and Friday at the university’s Wilkes-Barre campus, it will elect a new chair and vice chair of the board — a vote which already has a near certain outcome but is expected to be a subject of much debate among some trustees.