Month: January 2016
The National Championship-winning women’s soccer team’s panel discussion will be free and open to the public.
Defensive tackle Antonio Shelton committed to Penn State following his official visit, joining Ellison Jordan as the only defensive tackles in the 2016 class.
Unrelenting offense, fundamental mastery, and flat-out timing gave No. 6 Michigan a 6-3 win in the so-called Big Ten “Super Saturday.” It was anyone’s game until Michigan’s offense created more chances and the puck rarely left Penn State’s defensive zone.
The World’s Most Famous Arena was filled with “We Are” chants as Penn State started Super Saturday with a 79-72 loss to Michigan.
Police are in search of a man who allegedly exposed himself to females on the 200 block of South Fraser Street.
The major of Mining Engineering at Penn State is celebrating its 125 anniversary this year. With a dedication to remaining committed to students, the program prepares students for the world of mineral extraction.
Matt and Rachel Krott, siblings from West Deptford, NJ, will be among the 708 dancers in THON 2016, proving that THON really is a family event.