Month: March 2015
State of State’s 2015 conference, “Finding the ‘I Am’ In ‘We Are,'” addressed topics like engaged scholarship and sexual assault awareness under the leadership of Claudia Kotchick, former State of State Executive Director. Now, Kotchick has passed the torch to the 2016 Executive Director, Tess Hamsher.
“While the characters and situations in “Dogfight” are indeed complex, they are intertwined with a powerful and moving musical score that ensures the show’s accessibility to audiences,” said Richard Roland, the production’s director.
President Eric Barron, in a continued effort to encourage open dialogue between himself and students, hosted a forum Monday afternoon to discuss the University’s budget allocations and its impact on students.
For anyone who has ever thought about housing or has had to select somewhere to live on campus, it can certainly be a stressful and overwhelming time. We’re here to help.
Having a knack for turning around struggling or new programs, hockey coach Guy Gadowsky has imposed a new identity and unprecedented success in Hockey Valley.
Potter County Senior Judge John Leete issued a ruling Monday that represents a victory and a defeat for both sides of the ongoing Paterno-NCAA lawsuit.
Penn State’s own Tim Frazier is going back to the NBA, swapping the City of Brotherly Love for Rip City. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Trailblazers will pick up Frazier, who was waived by the Philadelphia 76ers in order to clear up a roster spot for the recently acquired Thomas Robinson on Feb. 24.