Month: May 2015
Other than the show’s likely superstar Bill O’Brien, Zach Zwinak and Ross Travis competing for roster spots may be another Penn State-related plot.
Will Hackenberg rebound? Are there replacements for Mike Hull and Sam Ficken? We think so.
Despite pulling out of the 2012 race for the presidency, former Pennsylvania Senator and Penn State alumnus Rick Santorum announced he will be making a bid for office again in 2016.
State senator and Penn State graduate John Yudichak has been no stranger to the reform movement at his alma mater in recent years. After proposing a Board of Trustees reform package in the state senate more than a year ago, Yudichak is back with another proposal, albeit drastically different.
Penn State bolstered its 2016 recruiting class by picking up a commitment from Michal Menet, an offensive tackle, and Pennsylvania’s top recruit.
Penn State’s College of Arts and Architecture will present two weeks of music in June as a part of its Music at Penn’s Woods festival. The festival kicks off on June 10 with a free concert at the Arboretum, and continues until June 27.