Month: December 2015

Penn State Takes Third In Three Rivers Classic With 5-1 Win Over Clarkson

The Penn State men’s hockey team finished its holiday in Pittsburgh with a win over Clarkson in the consolation game of the Three Rivers Classic.

Governor Tom Wolf Rejects GOP Budget That Cuts $95 Million From Education

Governor Tom Wolf rejected the GOP budge that cuts $95 million from education and is “out-of-balance.” “I’m calling on our legislators to get back to Harrisburg – back to the work they left unfinished last week,” he said.

One Final Ride For The Original ‘Wild Dogs’

From starting as a walk-on to playing under three different head coaches, Penn State’s first generation of “Wild Dogs” have seen it all with one more game to add to their legacy.

Men’s Hockey Falls 6-4 To Robert Morris In Three Rivers Classic

Penn State men’s hockey failed to clinch a Three Rivers Classic championship berth with its first loss since its trip to St. Lawrence in October.

The Best Of The Best Penn State Holiday Decorations

We asked for the best Penn State-themed holiday decorations, and once again, you did not disappoint.

Good Seed Baking Co. To Close On New Year’s Eve

Downtown’s only gluten-free bakery is closing its doors Thursday, according to the bakery’s Facebook page.

Big Things Lie Ahead For Defensive End Garrett Sickels

Garrett Sickels may be the lone returning starter along the defensive line next season. TaxSlayer Bowl preparation and the upcoming offseason will be huge for the high-ceiling end’s confidence.

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