Month: October 2014
Football players Garrett Sickels, Anthony Smith, Wendy Laurent, and Brent Wilkerson were arrested and charged with criminal mischief last night.
The State College Police are searching for a male suspect who sexually assaulted a female student early this morning as she was walking home along Fairmount Avenue.
Behind the away team’s net in Pegula Ice Arena, you can find the Roar Zone, Penn State Hockey’s appropriately named student section. Its steep bleachers and soul-crushing chants help it add to a hostile environment for anyone not wearing blue and white.
In 2003, the chairman of the College Republicans hosted a Halloween party where one of the guests wore blackface. Members of the Undergraduate Student Government were in attendance, but no one spoke out against a multitude of offensive costumes. When the chairman shared photos of the event on his website, a controversy ignited. And after all this, Penn State still debates if it is permissible for students to use other cultures for their costumes.
Lisa Jackson, former head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and current Vice President of Environmental Initiatives at Apple Inc., will be the keynote speaker for the 2014 Colloquium on the Environment on Thursday, Nov. 6 at 6 p.m. in Schwab Auditorium.
Slip on your running tights and lace up your sneakers! The THON 5K, or the FT5K, will take place this Sunday, Nov. 3 at 10 a.m.
A subcommittee has been meeting since April with the responsibility to design and plan the addition of a new, general instruction building to campus.