Month: April 2015
Just a few months after Pat Chambers lost his only recruit of Penn State basketball’s 2016 class, forcing him to start from square one, he finally has another first member in Nazeer Bostick, a three-star shooting guard from Philadelphia.
The NFL Draft will have a special Penn State twist this evening. Baltimore Ravens guard and former Penn State All-Big Ten standout John Urschel will partner with General Electric to provide mathematical breakdowns of the first round of the draft over social media.
The Penn State football season ticket sale date is set for Monday, June 22 and will run through Thursday, June 25. Luckily, the tickets won’t hurt your pockets too much; there will be no price increase for student season tickets this year. The seven-game home season ticket package will remain at $218.
Aaron Russell had a match-high 19 kills in a semifinal-sweep of the Princeton Tigers.
At the final meeting of the semester, the assembly passed a resolution urging the State College Borough Council to approve the installation of lights in six locations downtown.
I’ve spent the last five years at Penn State, not because I failed a handful of classes, but because I chose my major somewhat blindly not realizing it was a five year program until after I submitted my application. Five years later, I’m about to get a bachelor’s, a master’s, and a minor over the course of one weekend.
Described as a “nomadic, upcycling store,” The Palmer Pop Up Thrift Shop attracted a flock of students to the courtyard outside the Palmer Art Museum Wednesday afternoon.