Month: April 2015
After what GPSA called a “competitive bidding process,” Aetna has once again been selected as the Penn State Student Health Insurance provider.
Carl Nassib’s received plenty of hype this spring. He was labeled a “beast” by defensive coordinator Bob Shoop, and was repeatedly tagged as a standout player from James Franklin and teammates alike. Now, the defensive end has been placed on the Big Ten Network’s Tim Dienhart’s All-Big Ten Spring Team.
Penn State men’s lacrosse, seeded No. 4 in the inaugural Big Ten tournament, will meet No. 1 seed Johns Hopkins in the semifinal game on Thursday, April 30 at 5:30 p.m. in College Park.
One at-bat was all Ryky Smith needed. The senior from York came in as a pinch runner and executed a perfect hit-and-run play in the bottom of the ninth to score Jim Haley from third and end the game in walk-off fashion, 8-7 in front of more than 1,000 fans at Medlar Field Wednesday night.
The grass is always greener when it’s not covered in debris. With the Penn State Bookstore back in its home, project managers anticipate the HUB lawn will be back to its former glory by August.
Tonight, we learn the fates of Penn State’s draft hopefuls, led by offensive tackle Donovan Smith who will be in attendance as the draft kicks off in Chicago, Ill.
Movin’ On has definitely changed since it began. It’s gone from a weekend to just one day. It’s moved from the HUB lawn to the Intramural Fields to the Blue Band Field. But it’s mission hasn’t changed: to bring great music and an even better experience to the Penn State community.