Month: August 2017

Snarky Rose Bowl Snapchat Filter Appears Ahead Of Football Season Opener

There’s one thing we know for sure: It exists.

Beta Theta Pi Hearing Ends, Decision On Charges To Come Friday

After nearly 60 hours across seven days that started in June, the preliminary hearing has ended for former Beta Theta Pi brothers charged in connection with the death of Timothy Piazza.

Penn State Students Raising Money And Goods To Send To Those Affected By Hurricane Harvey

Several Penn State student groups are working together to raise money for the disaster relief effort in Texas following the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

James Franklin Opens Up About Personal History And 2016 Success In Players’ Tribune

James Franklin opened up on last year’s success and showed a more emotional side in an article written on The Players’ Tribune Thursday morning.

Confidence Key To Marissa Sheva’s Early Season Breakthrough

Marissa Sheva said she used to be tentative with the ball at her feet when a chance on net arose. This season, the junior midfielder has been an absolute force in front of the goal.

UPUA Talks Diversity Of Opinion, Approves On-Campus Job Fair

“If we are Penn State, we need to be diverse in opinion, and if we fail to do that, well then, we’re not really Penn State after all, are we?”

Christian Campbell More Than Ready For The Spotlight

“I’ve always been very excited about Christian Campbell, another guy with great length who is explosive and can run,” Brent Pry said. “He’s the healthiest he’s ever been in his career here at Penn State.”

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