It was a sad day in State College for lovers of oddly-colored foods and State Patty’s tradition.
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Tony Carr set the Penn State freshman assists record after dishing out seven dimes in a 81-71 setback at Minnesota.
Shortly before 3:41 a.m. Saturday, a red Camaro jumped the curb traveling down the hill on Shortlidge Road and drove another 150 feet before nearly hitting Simmons Hall.
The Spartans fought through a slow first period to hold their on in the second, but Penn State came out on top of a must-win with a 4-2 victory.
Despite overwhelming support from fellow alumni, Sue Paterno will not seek a seat on Penn State’s Board of Trustees this year after all. Jay Paterno will continue to run for his own seat on the Board.
Penn State’s Board of Trustees met Friday afternoon to hear updates from both student and administrative leaders.
Student leaders from UPUA, GPSA, and CCSG delivered a powerful message to the Board of Trustees at its meeting this afternoon.
Barron revealed his previously-confidential CAPS funding source at today’s Board of Trustees meeting. Funding from new Big Ten media contracts will support CAPS, the Blue Band, and the planned Arts & Arboretum Complex.
Muhammad, the first American Olympian to wear a hijab in competition, spoke before a large crowd at Heritage Hall in the HUB about her journey to the Olympics and her identity as a black, Muslim-American fencer.
Attendees questioned State College Mayor Elizabeth Goreham, Councilmen Jesse Barlow and Evan Myers, and Ferguson Township Board Member Laura Dininni about how they’ve handled the wave of immigration fears since President Donald Trump was elected.
UPUA hosted a panel on diversity and inclusion during the Board of Trustees’ Committee on Academic Affairs and Student Life this afternoon.
On Wednesday, Penn State’s Coalition of Graduate Employees took the next step in their campaign by filing for union representation with the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board. CGE intends to unionize to improve working conditions, increase compensation, and increase child care subsidies for graduate employees.
UHS has been in contact with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Pennsylvania Department of Health since the first confirmed case of mumps last month.
With State Patty’s Day — aka “The Weekend That Must Not Be Named” — coming up, State College Police have begun their yearly crusade to discourage the event.
Trustees touched on the importance of skill set recognition and awareness during today’s Long-Range Planning and Governance session.
The next step in the comprehensive East Halls renovation includes the erection of a new building along Curtin Road and the complete renovations of Pennypacker and McKean Halls.
The Board of Trustees’ Committee on Finance, Business, and Captial Planning approved a university-wide 3.15 percent increase to Penn State’s room and board rates for 2017-18.
Jack Davis has been the Nittany Lion for the last two years, but with his graduation nigh, Penn State is hosting open tryouts to select the next mascot — no experience necessary.
Penn State baseball travels to Cary, NC this weekend for a four-game set beginning Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. against Xavier. After getting swept by No. 1 TCU to open the season, the Diamond Lions are still optimistic as they work for their first win of the season.
Students will also present to Board of Trustees at committee meetings today, including a student diversity panel and a discussion on why the current IT fee should be rolled into tuition instead of student fees.
Penn State men’s rugby is heading to Scotland for four games against Glasgow University, West of Scotland, Morrison’s Academy, and University of St. Andrews during break from March 4-11.
All season long, Penn State basketball’s been built on promise. Soon, that promise will transform into tangible results.
Penn State Infusion will host the annual competition this Sunday featuring eight diverse acts from campus dance organizations.
Penn State shot its NCAA Tournament hopes in the foot after blowing a 19-point lead on the road against Michigan State despite 23 points from Teniya Page and 19 points from Sierra Moore.
Because some traditions should never be outgrown.
Patrick & Amy Kennedy will speak at Penn State on March 22, thanks to SPA in conjunction with UPUA and CAPS.