Day: March 3, 2016

Penn State Falls To Northwestern 71-61 On Senior Night

Penn State buried themselves early in the game, but managed to crack into the 20 point lead Northwestern had before whittling away in the final minutes of the contest to lose 71-61.

Wilkes-Barre Campus Closed Due To Bomb Threat

A threatening message was discovered on a bathroom door in the campus’ Science Center that warned a bomb was in the building, and it would detonate some time before noon on Friday, March 4.

SPA Announces MSMR, Manchester Orchestra, And Tyler Oakley Will Come To The HUB

SPA announced three acts coming to the HUB this month, including two musicians and an internet sensation.

Student Governments, Administrators Convene In Harrisburg To Discuss State Budget

Penn State administrators and student government leaders, alongside similar representatives from Pitt, Temple, and Lincoln, met in Harrisburg on Wednesday to push for a budget and to discuss how the budget impasse could and will impact their universities.

Women’s Lacrosse Defeats Future Big Ten Rival Johns Hopkins 11-7

Women’s lacrosse returned to the field in commanding fashion after Saturday’s defeat to beat Johns Hopkins 11-7 on Wednesday in Baltimore, despite a Blue Jay dominated first half.

UPUA Passes Seven Pieces Of Legislation, Temporarily Suspends Rules

A productive meeting featured a brief moment where the rules were called off, but fortunately no madness ensued.

College Of Education Continues To Mold The Educators Of Tomorrow

Penn State’s College of Education programs are nationally accredited, hands-on, and evolving along with technology.

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