Month: July 2014

Hot Yoga has Arrived in State College

The worldwide phenomenon many people have yearned for has arrived in State College: Hot yoga. Bikram Hot Yoga State College is now offering classes as the exercise and fitness business heats up.

SportsonEarth Pegs Christian Hackenberg No. 36 Player in the Country

The excitement for Christian Hackenberg’s sophomore season continues to build, as SportsonEarth recently pegged him as the nation’s 36th-best player in its list of the top 100.

Community Content: UPUA to Host Virtual Q&A for Incoming Students

University Park Undergraduate Association hopes to help alleviate some incoming student stress by giving them a head start at finding out where they want to get involved on campus, as well as giving them a chance to pick current students brains about anything they want to know through the UPUA’s first ever Incoming Student Google Hangout.

James Franklin Impresses at His First Big Ten Media Day

James Franklin was the star of Big Ten Media Day, showing off his character and charisma in front of reporters at the Hilton Chicago on Monday.

Five Pennsylvania Congressmen Ask NCAA to Overturn Penn State Sanctions

Five of the 18-member Pennsylvania congressional delegation have asked the NCAA to overturn unprecedented sanctions leveled against Penn State University’s football program.

Big Ten Media Days [Live Coverage]

We’re at the Hilton Chicago for this year’s Big Ten Media Days. Follow along with our live blog!

Ferguson Township Condominium Catches Fire After Being Struck by Lightning

A severe storm that passed through State College on Sunday evening left a path of fire and downed trees behind it. Crews from several local fire companies responded to a call that came into the Alpha Fire Company at 7:23 p.m. after a condominium at 3221 Shellers Road in Ferguson Township caught fire after being struck by lightning. The storm also knocked down trees at two intersections in downtown State College.

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