The Board of Trustees announced this morning that it will rename the College of Communications in appreciation of a $30 million endowment from 1961 alum Donald P. Bellisario.
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University Police are seeking information on an individual (or individuals) or who reportedly filmed or photographed students while they were showering in West Halls.
“It is time to stop trying to save reputations and repeating the same failed approaches, because that will not make Penn State a better and safer place. It is time to address these problems head on, together,” the letter reads.
Board of Trustees Chairman Ira Lubert and Vice Chairman Mark Dambly called Al Lord’s remarks about Sandusky victims “offensive and embarrassing” and recommend he step down from his seat on the Board immediately.
Penn State Trustee Al Lord released a statement apologizing for any pain his previous comment may have caused the “actual victims” of Jerry Sandusky.
Disappointed and outraged by the university’s strict and long-term Greek regulations, students are planning to converge on Old Main Lawn tonight at 5 p.m. to peacefully protest.
Katie Jordan and Alex Shockley decisively won the 2017 UPUA election tonight, marking the fifth time in six years that the current vice president took the next logical step to the assembly’s top spot.
Marina Cotarelo, a graduate student in higher education and GPSA Vice President, announced this morning that she will pursue a seat on the State College Borough Council.
UPUA hosted a panel on diversity and inclusion during the Board of Trustees’ Committee on Academic Affairs and Student Life this afternoon.
With State Patty’s Day — aka “The Weekend That Must Not Be Named” — coming up, State College Police have begun their yearly crusade to discourage the event.
The next step in the comprehensive East Halls renovation includes the erection of a new building along Curtin Road and the complete renovations of Pennypacker and McKean Halls.
The Board of Trustees’ Committee on Finance, Business, and Captial Planning approved a university-wide 3.15 percent increase to Penn State’s room and board rates for 2017-18.
Jack Davis has been the Nittany Lion for the last two years, but with his graduation nigh, Penn State is hosting open tryouts to select the next mascot — no experience necessary.
Because some traditions should never be outgrown.
Now that Joe Jonas and DNCE have broken the barrier of being the first internationally-known group to perform at THON, will others follow suit as the Executive Committee works to secure a big name every year? And, moreover, should they?
Relive DNCE’s THON performance here, because honestly we’re all still in shock.
Ignite! Electrify! Here’s the lyrics for the this year’s line dance.
The university revoked recognition of Beta Theta Pi fraternity in light of recent events and investigation for at least five years and also impossed strict regulations on the Greek community.