PSU news by
Penn State's student blog

Topics

About

Day: March 24, 2014

Megan Renaut Named THON 2015 Executive Director

A month ago today, THON 2014 concluded with a record-breaking total reveal of $13,343,517.33, and tonight THON 2015 began with the announcement that Megan Renaut will lead the largest student-run philanthropy in the world for the next year.

At The Heart of State College Shoe Repair Business is One Man’s Dedication to His Craft

For Angelo Card, owner of Custom Shoe Repair in downtown State College, fixing and crafting shoes by hand is just something he grew up doing.

What Could Have Been a Penn State NCAA Tournament Team

The Nittany Lions could have been a dangerous tournament bubble team, at the very least, if it wasn't for a few key roster changes that most notably saw the program lose Jermaine Marshall to Arizona State, where the graduate student guard scored 15.1 points per game on his way to an NCAA tournament appearance with the Sun Devils.

The 7 Types of Bar Graffiti You Encounter in Downtown State College

It's remarkable what Penn Staters can do with a bit of alcohol-induced creativity and a proper art medium.

Ryan Henrici: A Penn State Junior Saving the World Through Medical Research

Ryan Henrici was recently among the students mentioned in Business Insider's "18 Incredibly Impressive Students At Penn State." Though he spends hours a day in the lab, he takes a break from his lab work to sit down and talk to me about his medical research.

Fencing Team Wins 13th National Title

Penn State Fencing clinched its 13th national title on Sunday, making it the winningest program in NCAA history.

Next »

Send this to a friend