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Student Life News and Blogs
In a survey of graduate employees, nearly half reported working more than required under their contract. It’s time for them to be recognized as workers.
Two former cheerleaders got engaged recently, leading to an incredibly cute engagement video that includes and elaborate ruse.
Students noticed a considerable absence in the HUB this week — beloved coffee and bagel spot Higher Grounds closed for good.
In a rare meeting not held in the HUB, UPUA got some funding out of the way and kicked off the new semester with its first meeting back for the year.
“A lot of the guys have questions on how to do the things that their moms or girlfriends did for them in high school, whether it’s laundry or cooking, and I’m here to help them out with that,” Fisher said. “But I’m also a quality wingman.”
Surprise: Another LionPATH issue!
Our staff checked out the new grilled cheese joint in the HUB. It was “eh.”
For the second year in a row, Penn State ranked among the 30 most LGBTQA-friendly universities and colleges in the nation.
The new East Halls renovations include some delicious options that will make upperclassmen consider returning to Findlay.
Loving this summery State College weather? Be sure to embrace it while you can. Here are our favorite ways to enjoy Happy Valley outdoors.
The HUB lawn was packed on Monday, but that doesn’t mean you found your perfect fit. Check out these upcoming involvement fairs to learn more about getting involved.
This year’s involvement fair will be held on the HUB lawn to accommodate all of Penn State’s organizations on one day, minus the crowd in Alumni Hall.
With every new semester comes the slightly overwhelming involvement fair, but this time around the involvement fair features a few changes.
Errors in Penn State’s new scheduling system, LionPATH, rescheduled some students’ classes and the academic departments had no control over the change.
If you had a nightmarish internship experience, we want to hear about it.
Interested in rushing on of Penn State’s 46 fraternities? Recruitment is now open.