Month: August 2017

Zagster Bike Share Ready For Use

To sign up for Zagster, download the app to your phone or visit the platform’s Penn State website. From there, you’ll be able to select a bike number to unlock the bike from its docking station.

Interfraternity Council Donating $10,000 To Houston Disaster Relief After Twitter Campaign

The IFC also challenged Penn State to match its donation, but the university has not yet responded.

A Beginner’s Guide To Beaver Stadium Music

Here is a basic overview of the songs you may need to know heading into Saturday’s clash with Akron.

Paterno Statue Needed To Be Removed More Than Statues Of Noted White Supremacists, New York Times Poll Says

82 percent of the more than 28,000 survey takers concluded that it was the correct decision to remove Paterno’s statue, tied with those in favor of removing the statue of Roger Taney — the man who wrote the Dred Scott Decision, which ruled that blacks could never be American citizens.

What Changed On Campus While You Were Away This Summer

When students leave State College for the summer, Penn State’s Office of Physical Plant (OPP) takes advantage of the open sidewalks and gets to work on new upgrades and renovations.

Changes To Penn State RV Lots Send Some Fans 20 Minutes Away To Grange Park

After a change in RV parking rules, tailgaters who didn’t secure passes for the RV overnight lots this summer will be relegated to Grange Park — located 20 minutes away from Beaver Stadium.

The Good, The Bad, And The Hungry: UberEats vs. OrderUp

As GrubHub takes over OrderUp and UberEats heads to State College, see how the two stack up, and which is better.

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