Centre County District Attorney Stacy Parks-Miller announced charges against the Beta Theta Pi fraternity entity and eighteen former brothers Friday morning in Bellefonte.
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“This didn’t have to happen,” Jim Piazza said.
Centre County DA Stacy Parks Miller announced these charges as a result of a grand jury investigation into student Tim Piazza’s death from injuries he sustained when he fell down the steps at Beta Theta Pi fraternity.
Penn State men’s lacrosse fell to Maryland 8-6 in semifinal round of Big Ten Championship.
Brown takes over for Jeff Thompson, who was fired in February. Thompson co-coached the team with his wife Rachelle until she resigned back in May after the two were were accused of creating a hostile environment within the team and emotionally abusing their athletes.
Penn State Athletics announced that 1982 Penn State graduate and former co-captain of the lacrosse team Ken Panzer, along with business partner Jordan Kaplan, donated more than $3.5 million to help construct major facility changes to the Penn State Lacrosse Field.
Current UPAC Chairman Mike Hoeschele will be appointed the next student-selected trustee, pending approval of the Board of Trustees Friday afternoon.
Provost Nick Jones says the new LionPATH user interface will finally be unveiled “within the next few weeks” after beta testing.
Karoondinha Music Festival announced the remainder of its lineup, including Chance the Rapper, Paramore, and Young the Giant.
Many of the dining districts around campus have adjusted its hours of operation during this week from hell so you can treat yourself with some of those extra meal points.
The Penn State Libraries will be holding a De-Stress Fest to help students deal with their anxiety and stress as finals get underway.
Penn State University Transportation Services and UPUA have teamed up once again to offer students extended parking hours during this most hated week of weeks.
Though Two Door Cinema Club honestly wasn’t the caliber of headliner we expected for this year’s Movin’ On, that doesn’t mean they didn’t put on a solid performance.
All Time Low’s Movin’ On performance was fun, I guess, but not really the trip down memory lane that most of the college-aged crowd was hoping for.
Country group Love & Theft bring a fitting country sound to a beautiful day in Happy Valley.
Point guard Jamari Wheeler joins Trent Buttrick as the second 2017 recruit for the Penn State men’s basketball team.
The Battle of the Bands-winning group comes from Altoona and is known for its motto: “We get up to get down. Plain and simple. A positive wave looking for willing participants.” Formed in 2015, the band’s major opportunity came Friday as openers for bands like All Time Low and Two Door Cinema Club.
Penn State announced Friday that former engineering department head Peggy Johnson has been named dean of Schreyer Honors College, and will officially assume the position in July of 2017.
Candidates for the State College Borough Council met with students last night in the HUB-Robeson Center to let them know more about themselves and what they plan to do if elected on May 16.
If you weren’t able to catch the debate, we’ve got every topic covered and a possible hint at another political run for office.
UPUA moved quickly through its final agenda of the semester to confirm internal leaders and pass two pieces of legislation.
The organization says its endorsed candidates will be able to represent students interests in the State College Borough rather than favoring the opinions of long-term residents as many past council members have done. With this donation to the campaign, it’s safe to say Sims agrees.
The inventor of the Slinky graduated from Penn State, earned a small fortune, then joined a religious cult.
The seventh-annual Lieutenant Michael Murphy Warrior Games will take place in Holuba Hall this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
We took a look at potential 2018 Penn State NFL Draft prospects and projected where they might end up in the 2017 draft.
UPUA is holding an opportunity on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the HUB for students to get to know the candidates running for seats in this year’s Borough Council election.