At a Philadelphia Flyers Town Hall Meeting, the team’s front office announced intentions to pitch the idea for an outdoor game at Beaver Stadium to the NHL. The game would be in 2017, and yes, it’d be Flyers vs. Penguins.
College is expensive, there’s no easy way around it. For most students on a fixed income, $200 textbooks and an open bar tab three nights a week can run a bank account dry. These expenses often leave students asking for whatever’s cheap, or better yet, free.
There’s only so much you can get done from inside a classroom. Penn State professor Khanjan Mehta knows this, and so do his students in the Humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship (HESE) program. That’s why they’re taking their skills out of the classroom and all the way to the African country of Zambia.
J.E. Holtzinger might not be one of the most high-profile names in Penn State history. However, his impact on the university is unlike any other.
The Abington professor charged with disorderly conduct after smoking on a plane is no longer teaching at Penn State.
The Penn State Alumni Association elections will feature two additional candidates for council on the ballot following a lawsuit. PSAA Executive Director Roger Williams agreed to let Dr. James Smith and Dr. Elizabeth Morgan onto the ballot after Smith sued the Alumni Association. Smith filed his lawsuit on March 12 after being denied a spot on the ballot by the Alumni Association’s Nominating Committee.
Kimberly Dozier, a former CBS News correspondent and current The Daily Beast contributor, spoke on campus Wednesday as part of the Foster-Foreman Conference of Distinguished Writers. The General Omar N. Bradley Chair in Strategic Leadership at Penn State Law, Dozier shared her experiences reporting on the Iraq War with students and faculty in attendance.
Roger Ferguson Jr., the TIAA-CREF president/CEO and former vice chairman of the Board of Governors of the U.S. Federal Reserve System, will meet with students and faculty on March 31 to discuss a host of issues.
After more than nine months of procedures, treatments, and a wealth of support and encouragement, today Devon Still has announced the words that everyone has been waiting to hear: Leah’s stage four neuroblastoma is officially in remission.