Day: February 26, 2016

Penn State Board Of Trustees Approves Strategic Plan, $151 Million In Projects

The Penn State Board of Trustees held its first meeting of the new year at Penn State Hershey Friday afternoon. The trustees powered through a packed agenda where they voted on construction projects, passed the long-awaited strategic plan, and heard some good news about the university’s credit.

Penn State Alumni Ranked Second-Most Active In The Nation

According to Business Insider, Penn State’s alumni network is one of the most active in the nation and one of the most likely to help students find a job.

Eamon McAdam Nominated For Mike Richter Award

McAdam is one of three Big Ten nominees to be honored as the nation’s top goalies.

Moody’s Improves Penn State’s Credit Ranking To Aa1

The Aa1 rating brings Penn State back to where it used to be — the university improved from Aa2 to Aa1 November 2011 before being downgraded from the $59.7 million as a result of settlements following the Sandusky scandal.

Alpha Phi Not Facing Punishment Following Vulgar THON Post

Alpha Phi is not being punished from the Panhellenic Council after a member posted an Instagram with a vulgar caption during a social media competition sponsored by the council to benefit THON.

Police, University Prepare For State Patty’s Day

While you’re getting dressed in green and tattooing yourself with shamrocks, university administrators and police officers are preparing for their least favorite “holiday” — State Patty’s Day.

State Patty’s Day From A Freshman’s Perspective

From someone who has never experienced State Patty’s in its glory days, the traditional college drinking weekend might not live up to expectations.

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