Bill O’Brien’s weekly Tuesday press conferences are typically an opportunity to discuss the team, last week’s game, and the coming Saturday matchup. But that wasn’t that case this afternoon as O’Brien essentially refused to discuss the Nittany Lions’ 44-24 loss against Indiana in Bloomington this past weekend, instead opting to discuss the coming matchup against Michigan.
Despite the vagueness from the athletic department on the ticket situation, students should take advantage of the three options for the Michigan game. It's almost too good to be true.
With Army's status as Penn State's opponent this Friday at the Pegula Ice Arena opener in question due to the government shutdown, athletic officials are lining up a backup plan. According to Buffalo Business First, Canisius College in Buffalo is Penn State's immediate backup if Army falls through.
A few weeks ago, we wrote about Penn Stater Kayla Nakonechni who is battling cancer just months after she danced in THON 2013. You can help raise funds for her cause by buying a "Whiteout Cancer" t-shirt at Old State.
You may notice an increase in rainbow flags, flashy clothing, or perhaps catchy music that would make even the most Ron Swanson-esque bro want to shake his hips a bit more this week. That's because this is National Coming Out Week, which the Penn State LGBTA is celebrating. The week concludes with Coming Out Day on October 11.
The Dean of the College of Liberal Arts received a $236,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to complete work on the Public Philosophy Journal.
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