Author: Dave Cole

Dave graduated from Penn State in 2013. He was the Managing Editor of this website. Dave remains a proud Onward State alumnus to this day. Twitter --> @davecolephoto

Aaron Carter Set for Fall Return to Penn State

Aaron Carter is making his 2013 Penn State return at the beginning of the Fall ’13 semester.

Senior Column: Thank You Penn State, It’s Been A Great Run

Managing Editor, Dave Cole reflects on his experience at Penn State.

State College Resident Fires Warning Shots After Student Break-In

According to multiple reports, James Sharer, a 19-year-old Penn State student, has been charged with criminal trespassing following an incident early Sunday morning. After being discovered, Sharer refused to leave the premises despite repeated attempts from the resident, who then fired two warning shots causing Sharer to run from the home where he was found by police.

Paterno Family to Speak at Child Abuse Awareness Event

Jay and Sue Paterno plan to speak at an anual child abuse prevention event in Harrisburg on April 10, according to a report in WGAL News 8.

UPUA Election Day Voting Guide

Today is UPUA Election Day, and with it comes an opportunity for all undergraduate students to submit their votes for elected posts in the UPUA Executive Board and within the General Assembly. Take a look at the complete list of candidates and voter information during today’s UPUA election.

Paternos Release Statement on Sandusky Audio Tape

In anticipation of tomorrow morning’s episode of the Today Show featuring recorded segments of an interview with an imprisoned Jerry Sandusky, the Paterno family released the following statement on

State Patty’s Residence Hall Guest Policy

In an effort to discourage out-of-town visitors for State Patty’s Day weekend, Residence Life is implementing a guest policy effective Friday and Saturday for all on-campus residence halls. All on-campus students living in regular double rooms will be permitted one guest per room for Friday and Saturday of this weekend. Students living in supplemental living spaces will be allowed two guests.

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