Day: April 28, 2015
We only have one more week until the start of finals and you know what that means: it’s time for students to begin cramming and heading to the library to rent out the materials they need to get an A…or a little distraction.
Though a ton of bar tours happen every year, there’s still a ton of originality to go around. the Here are some of the most creative bar tour themes we received when we asked for your best ones last week.
The junior linebacker — who has played running back, safety, and even fielded kicks during his time in Happy Valley — earned himself an athletic scholarship from the coaching staff yesterday, meaning he’ll be continuing his education on the university’s dollar.
If you’re preparing to spend the next four, five, or six years of your life in Happy Valley, we’ve got your back.
For the sixth consecutive year, Penn State finished in the top three in the final winter rankings of the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. The Nittany Lions earned a second-place ranking in the final edition of the winter rankings, up a spot from last week.
Yesterday, The Daily Collegian published a (very) brief editorial on Penn State’s Timely Warning notifications. While campuses should (and can) always be doing more to prevent crime and educate students about sexual misconduct on campus, the editorial demonstrated an overall lack of understanding of campus crime laws. Let’s clarify what Timely Warnings are really for.
Penn State football has always been recognized for continuing a tradition of excellence on the gridiron, while producing quality young men committed to serving a higher cause in participating in something bigger than themselves. Scores of talented players made a name for themselves donning the blue and white, but not every player collegiate stardom transferred to the next level. Take a look at some of the most notable Penn State stars that developed into NFL busts.