Despite pulling out of the 2012 race for the presidency, former Pennsylvania Senator and Penn State alumnus Rick Santorum announced he will be making a bid for office again in 2016.
State senator and Penn State graduate John Yudichak has been no stranger to the reform movement at his alma mater in recent years. After proposing a Board of Trustees reform package in the state senate more than a year ago, Yudichak is back with another proposal, albeit drastically different.
In a statement, IFC President Rick Groves elaborated on the Executive Board’s recommendation to the university and fully supported its decision to suspend KDR.
JoePa might start to get his name back on different things across the state.
Governor Tom Wolf’s proposed budget landed him a guest spot on President Barron’s monthly talk show, “Higher Education in Focus.” The two will discuss Penn State’s role in the Pennsylvania economy as well as how Wolf’s budget pertains to higher education.
A 19-year-old former engineering student from China, Zhongyuan Shao now faces nine to 23 months in the Centre County Correctional Facility for indecent assault, harassment, criminal trespassing, and burglary.
Penn State Reads is looking for community volunteers to help choose the 2016 common book. Volunteer to read one of eight contenders and help mold the minds of the incoming class.