D.J. Newbill didn't have the greatest game of his career, shooting 6-18 from the field for 19 points, but his scoring and Ross Travis' star turn over the last three days kept the Lions in it to the bitter end. If it's the last game either man plays in blue and white, they should be proud of their efforts this week at the United Center. Let's hope they get another game together.
The candidates for the Executive of UPUA's 10th Assembly have officially been announced. The 2015 Presidential race will include three familiar pairs, while a fourth ticket includes two candidates new to UPUA.
Once and for all, we're deciding State College's favorite bar. Enough words have been written about both of these competitors to fill the pages of a book, and now it's time to talk with your final vote.
Sounds, with the help of the the Art Alliance of Central PA, is bringing another concert with local artists to State College.
Brian Sims, the first openly gay state legislator in Pennsylvania, will speak at the Paterno Library's Foster Auditorium on March 24 at 5 p.m, according to a release. Sims currently represents the state’s 182nd district in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
This time, it's Purdue that will take to the hardwood to try and silence a mangy Nittany Lions squad that just won't go away. Here's what you can expect ahead of today's 2:25 p.m. tipoff.