After the board fielding a bevy of complaints from public commenters during its meeting in November, Penn State announced that public comment sessions will now be held in the Friday mornings before meetings.
Alumnus Bob Witt’s annual Penn State light show is a sight to behold.
Last week, we asked you to send us your Penn State-themed holiday decorations. We received a handful of awesome submissions that will help get you in the holiday spirit. Here are our favorites.
Penn State’s leadership undertook another exercise in futility at the Board of Trustees’ special meeting today, and most of it didn’t…
With their courtroom battle set to go before a judge in little more than two weeks, attorneys for Pennsylvania State Sen. Jake Corman, Treasurer Rob McCord, the NCAA and Penn State are laying out their legal strategies — for what could be a revealing look at the events and decisions that led to the controversial sanctions that rocked the Nittany Nation.
A rally in solidarity for law enforcement took place on the steps of Old Main on Friday afternoon. Several students, emergency services personnel, and appreciative citizens voiced their gratitude for law enforcement despite the bad rap it has gotten in recent weeks.
Penn State can boast another noteworthy ranking as it was named the 2nd Best College in Pennsylvania on Niche’s 2015 List. The university is only behind University of Pennsylvania in the study, which “ranks 892 colleges and universities based on 50 statistics and 12 million ratings from 300,000 students.” Nationally, Niche ranked Penn State #41.
The University Park Undergraduate Association ended the fall semester with a robust meeting, seeing the Speaker of the Assembly and the Internal Development Chair tender their resignations while two representatives were elected to take their seats.
Ray Walker is the oldest living Penn State alum. Ray graduated in the class of 1935 and will turn 103 this March. We reached out to Ray for an interview and he emailed back saying he was “most pleased and honored we wanted to feature this ‘ole geezer’ and his college antics.”