Month: May 2016

Bell’s Greek Pizza Closes After 11 Years

After eleven years in State College, the Bell's storefront on 214 E. Calder Way has been gutted, with almost all equipment and signage of the former State College pizza staple gone without a trace.

DOTD: Hackenberg Wins Rookie Karaoke Contest

Christian Hackenberg took some time off from OTAs to showcase a hidden talent at the 2016 NFLPA Rookie Premiere.

Penn State Takes First At National Collegiate Wind Competition

Penn State's Wind Energy Club defended its title as National Collegiate Wind Competition champions after a dominant victory in New Orleans last week.

Madison Cyr And Jenna Mosketti Named To NCAA Women’s Lacrosse All-Championship Team

After leading Penn State to the Final Four, seniors Madison Cyr and Jenna Mosketti put a bow on their careers with a big honor Sunday.

Rock Ethics Institute Appoints Ted Toadvine As New Director

The Rock Ethics Institute, a branch of the College of the Liberal Arts, appointed Ted Toadvine as its new director earlier this month. Toadvine, who will come to Penn State from the University of Oregon, will take over the new role in the beginning of 2017.

Women’s Lacrosse Drops Final Four Heartbreaker To North Carolina

Missy Doherty's Nittany Lions saw their improbable NCAA Women's Lacrosse Tournament run come to a close Friday in a nail-biting 12-11 semifinal loss to North Carolina in Chester, Pa.

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