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Lamar Stevens put Caleb Swanigan on a poster after he dunked on him in Penn State’s OT loss to Purdue. Now, he’s up for Hoops Manifesto’s College Dunk of the Year.
The sustainability club Eco Action will host Eco Palooza — an Earth Day celebration and an afternoon full of sustainability education.
“Ultimately, Local Foods Night is not about what the Student Farm Club can teach people. It’s about how much excitement we can generate in our fellow students to go out and learn themselves.”
Get familiar with the schedule of events for Blue-White weekend highlighted by the autograph session that will be held from 12:15-1:05 prior to the game.
The Paterno Family Beaver Stadium Run has been helping athletes compete in the Special Olympics for eight years, and on April 23, it will continue the tradition.
Despite a late-game comeback effort, Penn State could not take down Johns Hopkins down in Baltimore.
Penn State football’s tweet referenced a “suite” pregame, which probably means the team will be added to the suite facade that honors historic years of the program — potentially making it the first team since 2012 to earn the distinction.
Seth Nevills, the No. 10 ranked recruit in the nation according to FloWrestling, committed to Cael Sanderson’s 2018 class — becoming the fourth wrestler from nation’s top 10 to become a Nittany Lion.
No. 5 Penn State came back from a 6-1 first-half deficit to beat No. 16 Northwestern 14-12 in a big conference away matchup on Thursday night.
The addition of a climbing wall will help transform the Intramural Building into Penn State’s prime student recreation facility.
After five years of putting on IST Startup Week, Penn State decided to expand the entrepreneurship to be a week long university-wide event.
If you’re wondering why you haven’t been able to see and/or find Onward State on Twitter, you can thank the dark interwebs and skilled Twitter hackers.
Go Go Gadjet will be back performing a free concert on the HUB lawn at 8 p.m. on April 20 as part of PS i(heart)U Week.
Penn State alumna and ESPN reporter Lisa Salters will give the College of Comm’s commencement address on May 6. Salters graduated in 1988 with a degree in broadcast journalism.
UPUA’s 12th Assembly met for the second time last night to approve its budget for the 2017-2018 term and create a new sub-committee on outreach to connect UPUA with other student organizations.
Ohio State has a powerful batting order, but didn’t manage to do much against senior pitcher Marlaina Laubach. But its bats finally woke up in the second game and the deficit was too much for the Nittany Lions to overcome.
Well-known SOC 119 professor Sam Richards will debate the Willard Preacher next week to benefit the Haiti Project.
If you’re wondering why your Facebook feed is suddenly full of “Derby Days” cover photos, wonder no more. Penn State’s chapter of Sigma Chi will hold its annual Derby Days this week to benefit the Huntsman Cancer Institute.
James Franklin named 30 players to the team’s leadership council in the midst of spring ball on Tuesday — consisting of 21 seniors, four juniors, three sophomores, and two freshmen.
SPA put on another lecture on Monday night, hosting noted French explorer and filmmaker Jean-Michel Cousteau.
If these behaviors and violations don’t change, Barron predicts “many empty houses and then the end of Greek life at Penn State.”
Former Penn State men’s basketball guard is becoming a South Florida Bull, according to Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports. He’ll be immediately eligible as a grad student for Brian Gregory in his first year coaching the AAC school after it went 7-23 during the 2016-17 slate.