Day: February 13, 2018

Herlochers Take Legal Action Against Gastigers Over Rathskeller Space

Owners of the building that housed the All-American Rathskeller have taken legal action to evict the bar’s operators before their lease ends on Feb. 28.

Preliminary Hearing Scheduled For Refiled Charges In Beta Theta Pi Case

A six-day hearing is set to begin on March 22 for 11 brothers of the now-banned fraternity.

Nittany Lions Divide & Conquer During Last Big Weekend Of Competition Before Big Ten Championships

Competing at three meets across the country, the Penn State track and field teams took home a variety of titles over the weekend.

Civil Rights Advocate Kimberlé Crenshaw To Speak In Foster Auditorium

Crenshaw, known for the development of intersectional theory, will give a talk titled “Intersectionality 101: Race & Gender in Work, Life & Politics.”

How Lamont Wade’s Switch To Safety Affects Penn State’s Secondary

Penn State’s latest roster update reflected sophomore Lamont Wade’s transition from cornerback to safety ahead of spring practice.

You Could Become The Next Oscar Mayer Wienermobile Driver

The Oscar Mayer Weiner mobile is on campus this week to recruit graduating Penn State seniors to join its team of hotdoggers.

Know Your Enemy: Penn State Hoops vs. No. 8 Ohio State Buckeyes

The Nittany Lions have been hot since defeating Ohio State on the road last month, but they’ll need to upset the Buckeyes again to continue their trek toward the bubble.