Month: November 2017

Penn State History Lessons: The Penn State Alma Mater

The Alma Mater has become a staple of Penn State athletics, but that has not always been the case.

This Isn’t Your Older Brother’s Penn State Hoops

Penn State hasn’t been able to seal the deal in their two big non-conference games, but this Nittany Lion team still sits in the right spot to make their season a memorable one by returning to the Big Dance.

Arboretum To Host Annual Winter Celebration

The Arboretum’s annual Winter Celebration will take place December 8 at 5 p.m., and the event is free to attend.

UPUA Bans Election Cross-Filing, Outside Campaign Funding

A motion to amend the amendment — to allow cross-filing after all — failed with a narrow 15-18 voting margin, proving the assembly was truly split on whether or not to allow it. But alas, what’s done is done.

Shift To 3-On-3 Overtime In College Hockey Would Suit Penn State Perfectly

Penn State fans got a chance to see college hockey’s outdated overtime format last weekend against Michigan State. A shift to 3-on-3 would benefit Penn State and NCAA hockey as a whole.

UPUA Gov. Affairs Chair Resigns: My Tribute To Isaac Will

It says a lot about a person when he spends his resignation address highlighting the accomplishments of all those who have worked alongside him.

Know Your Enemy: Men’s Hockey vs. No. 11 Ohio State

The eleventh-ranked Buckeyes’ defense has played extremely well so far this season, but has also struggled immensely on home ice in Columbus.

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