The military historian Carol Reardon has been named Penn State’s laureate for the 2015-2016 school year. Reardon is a highly respected Civil War and Vietnam era historian.
A State College Police Officer has been placed on leave after being identified as a suspect for thefts from the State College Police Department's evidence room after police discovered evidence of theft on April 22.
Mute Cities kicked off Movin' On 2015 this afternoon, and they certainly didn't disappoint. The Battle of the Bands victors took the B Stage by storm. Mute Cities powered through its recently released EP and kept the crowd engaged the whole time. With great vocals and an intimate crowd, the band seemed to be right at home on perhaps the largest stage -- both literally and figuratively -- they have performed on.
In one of his first agreements since announcing a $30 million investment to spur economic innovation, President Barron partnered with the Chamber of Business & Industry of Centre County to sign a memorandum "to enhance economic and workforce development in Central Pennsylvania."
Fair Trade Penn State is proud to announce State College’s official designation as a Fair Trade Town. Fair Trade Penn State is a student-lead organization at Penn State University who work to widely increase the awareness, availability and use of Fair Trade products throughout the Penn State University Park campus and State College area, and is part of a nation-wide organizing effort called Fair Trade Towns USA.
With the university's student conduct investigation report, the IFC will conduct its disciplinary review of the chapter.