Heading home to Pittsburgh for Thanksgiving break? Here’s what’s happening all week in the Steel City.
If you can’t find anything to do during break, try these recommendations in Philadelphia.
It’s your first time back home since college started. Are you ready for the interrogation you’ll receive from your family on Thanksgiving? If not, we have a primer for you.
Last week, Abby Renko was named the 2015 President of Penn State’s Panhellenic Council. Although her term officially begins in a few weeks, the sister of Delta Zeta is excitedly preparing to lead the women of the Greek community. We sat down with Abby to ask her a few questions about Greek life at Penn State, her past experiences, and her future plans for the upcoming year.
The University Park Undergraduate Association rarely holds meetings without any legislation hitting the floor, but last night was an exception to the rule. Without any bills or policies to review, the UPUA instead voted on two new additions to the assembly to replace Garrett Warmbein and Ted Ritsick, who both resigned as a result of time constraints.
If you’re feeling insecure about your low food supply, a new student initiative is here to stock your pantry.
The 2015 Homecoming football game is still 325 days away, but the folks who help make the week happen are now in place. Homecoming Executive Director Brandon Rittenhouse announced the new members of the 16-member Executive Committee last night.
A Penn State freshman and Philadelphia native became the first American to win the 2014 International Children’s Peace Prize.