Day: March 23, 2017

State College’s Bronze Pigs And The Hamburglars Who Stole One Away

Ever wonder about the history of the pig statues located downtown? You might be surprised to know that one was originally stolen back in 2001.

Penn State Softball Begins Big Ten Play Hoping To Build On Non-Conference Stretch

The Nittany Lions have been streaky to say the least, but get ready for the most important part of their season will a lot of upside. Coach Amanda Lehotak is confident ahead of the team's series with No. 19 Michigan.

Throwback Thursday: Remembering The Lady Lions’ 2000 Final Four Run

The 1999-2000 women's college basketball season was the most decorated campaign in Lady Lions' program history, making a dream run to the Final Four behind heroics from Big Ten Player of the Year Helen Darling.

Angelica Ross Shares Story And Inspires During Pride Week

Angelica Ross used her extensive experience and her personal story to encourage others to recognize their privileges and deliver fearless feedback all part of Pride Week at Penn State.

Disney’s Beauty And The Beast Takes Over Schwab Auditorium

Who doesn't love adventure, romance, and dancing dinnerware? Penn State Thespians created its own rendition of Beauty and the Beast for its spring musical.

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