Month: October 2015
If you sent a Snapchat today, you probably realized that “Illinois vs. Penn State” replaced the campus story. If this is anything like the other games that Snapchat has recently featured, users all around the country may be able to see the Nittany Lions beat Illinois via Snaps sent in by fans.
As a meager college student, dealing with the Bursar can be hard and intimidating. Here’s some ways to make dealing with the Office of the Bursar not so scary.
The offensive line and a pass-first quarterback have led an improved Illini team to a 4-3 record.
No one likes when the song they’re streaming cuts out mid-workout, and Penn State is working to fix that.
In this week’s edition of “Meet One Of Penn State’s Smallest Majors,” we talked to the Earth Science and Policy major from the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences. With only about 25 students enrolled, it is one of Penn State’s smallest majors.
In this version of Onward Debates, three writers make their case for which mode of transportation is the most annoying to the day-to-day commuter at Penn State.
A Syrian National Penn State student, who is facing deportation, is suing the university, Eric Barron, and Danny Shaha for an alleged violation of his rights due to the new investigative sexual assault model.