Month: October 2013
John Urschel has another award to add to his growing collection this season. Earlier today, he was named a recipient of the NFF (National Football Foundation) Scholar-Athlete Award.
State College police found homemade Captain Crunch and Fruity Pebbles bars laced with marijuana this morning.
Owner R.B. Powell has finalized the security measures that Nittany Mountain Trail Rides will take to decrease the volume of alcohol-related incidents. Beginning tomorrow, hayrides will no longer take place at the usual site in Warriors Mark, PA. Instead, all hayrides will now be held 21 miles from campus at a religious site called the Hartman Center in Milroy, PA.
Penn State’s Greek organizations put on a preview show last night at the HUB, giving students a sneak peak of what the annual production of Greek Sing will look like.
It’s Halloweekend at Penn State, which means Thirsty Thursday will involve more jungle juice than usual. Of course, Halloween in college is a holiday all in its own. It’s time for some prop bets.
Tim Frazier and Maggie Lucas will almost certainly receive accolades for their performances on the basketball court this year, but the two hoops stars are already receiving nominations for excellence in being a student-athlete. The two are nominated for the 2013-14 Senior CLASS Award in men’s and women’s basketball.