Three comedians made the Bryce Jordan Center roar with thunderous laughter and applause Monday night despite unfortunate weather conditions. “Saturday Night Live” regulars Vanessa Bayer and Kate McKinnon, along with MTV’s “Pranked” host and SNL writer Streeter Seidell, brought high energy and a little touch of the weekly sketch show to Happy Valley, and tailored their jokes to the Penn State student crowd.
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Penn State’s wealth has been calculated at $6.7 billion, which is the sixth highest among public institutions on the list.
In an age of reliance on natural energy and a time where the energy landscape is ever-changing, it has become important that we take care of our planet and the world around us. One student-run Penn State group is trying to drive this initiative: meet Positive Energy, a club focused on spreading the good news of America’s abundant natural resources.
A university club sampling musical talent from around the state, Penn State’s Indoor Drumline is nothing if not badass. Traveling to WGI Championships in Dayton this weekend, the group has been working on a six-minute show since October, leaving no note untapped.
The Pink Zone will hold its inaugural Morgan Stanley 1-Mile Run this Sunday as a part of its continued effort to support breast cancer research, detection, and prevention as well as raise both funds and awareness for the research and treatment of the disease.
After announcing the creation of a task force that will evaluate Greek life at Penn State, President Eric Barron and the university have received numerous offers and nominations from individuals and groups alike to take part in the initiative, according to Penn State News. Barron, along with Vice President of Student Affairs Damon Sims, have heard from dozens of individuals and organizations seeking representation in the review process.
Andrew Sears, currently the dean of B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Science at the University of Rochester, will take over as Penn State’s dean of Information Sciences and Technology on July 11.
Travis Vogan, a leading media scholar and assistant professor at the University of Iowa, will give a free public lecture in Foster Auditorium of Paterno Library on Monday, April 13.
We put on our walking shoes and set out to settle the campus tour myth once and for all: Can you actually walk anywhere on Penn State’s campus in 15 minutes or less?
As of today, Penn State University and State College Police have implemented Tasers as a part of their crime fighting arsenal.
We tracked down two freshmen, out of the 708 dancers that are on the floor this weekend – practically a needle in a haystack in the chaos in the BJC.
We sat down (figuratively, of course) with Ohana Logistics Executive Nikki DeVito for 10 questions about THON, Ohana, and the BIG weekend for Special Interest Orgs.
Penn State has again been included among the U.S. Department of State’s list of colleges and universities producing the most 2014-15 Fulbright students, boasting 13 talented scholars.
If you’re looking for a memorable and romantic way to get to and/or from your Valentine’s Day date this year, Vamos! Lion Chariot has the answer: a Lion Chariot romance ride.
A Quinnipiac University Poll released today that 59 percent of Pennsylvania residents support the return of the Joe Paterno statue to a prominent location on campus.