Month: March 2016
A 54-year-old Philadelphia man was found dead Thursday afternoon in the bathroom of a Megabus stopped in State College.
The iconic gold elephant that has hung above the corner of Pugh St and Beaver Ave for more than 40 years is coming down today. Gift Adventures, the shop used by generations of students for last minute Halloween costume shopping, will close its doors today for good according to the Centre Daily Times.
A Penn State student group will host a gala on Friday night to benefit the Centre County Women’s Resource Center as the culmination of the university’s Sexual Violence Awareness Week.
This year’s HackPSU will take place in the Business Building on April 9. Students are invited to register in teams or individually to compete at the hackathon.
Already well known by the Nittany Lion faithful, John Reid has a chance to become a household name in 2016.
If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, why are our doctors prescribing so few apples? This is what Sarayna Schock asked herself as she developed plans for Penn State ProduceRx.
More than fifty people have worn our mascot’s costume in its multiple variations. From mule to African lion, our mascot didn’t always resemble the one Nittany Lion that we all know and love.