Author Lexi Shimkonis
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.
The Interfraternity Council announced this morning that members of its executive board who are in Phi Kappa Psi fraternity are stepping down from their positions, including IFC president Alex Frederick. Dean Vetere will take over as president.
A group of PR students is teaming up with the State College Police Department for the “Drive With Care. Walk Aware.” campaign, which hopes to raise awareness for driver and pedestrian safety in State College.
State of State’s 2017 conference Innovate the State will feature 14 speakers in Alumni Hall today. Follow along here for our up-to-the-minute coverage of the conference and each of its speakers.
If THON was a beer, what kind would it be? How about a 5.62% ABV blonde ale with hints of coffee.
State College Police said excessive alcohol consumption and hazing may have played a role in student Timothy Piazza’s death. Police also said that the night of Piazza’s fall was bid acceptance night for Beta Theta Pi.
Interested in running for UPUA’s 12th assembly? Make sure to attend one of two information sessions next week.
Penn State delayed all classes and activities until 10 a.m. this morning for winter weather that dropped more than six inches of snow on State College overnight.
UPUA voted to spend $2,221 on sunglasses and moon bounces for Movin’ On, writing another chapter in the UPUA-branded sunglasses saga.
Phi Kappa Sigma (aka Skulls) is fighting the potential high-rise that would go up in the former location of Canyon Pizza — right next to its house.
Penn State’s Interfraternity Council, in conjunction with the university, placed an indefinite suspension on fraternity socials in light of student Timothy Piazza’s death at Beta Theta Pi.
This semester’s iteration will feature lectures from Laverne Cox, Ibtihaj Muhammad, and Jean-Michel Cousteau.
Need a headshot for career fair season? Blue & White Society is hosting a fundraiser where you can get a professional-quality headshot for $5 and all proceeds benefit Relay For Life.
The State College Borough Council will discuss a proposed change to the Nuisance Property Ordinance this evening that would limit the number of people that could be in a fenced-in area at any given time in the Borough. UPUA is strongly urging the council to vote against this amendment, but also strongly urging students to come to the meeting tonight to fight the proposed change.
Pittsburgh favorite Peace, Love, and Little Donuts is opening up shop on Calder Way.
Timothy Piazza, a sophomore from Lebanon, NJ, passed away after injuries sustained from an alleged fall at Beta Theta Pi fraternity.
A St. Louis-based development group submitted plans for a new high-rise apartment and mixed-use facility that would take over the entire corner of College Ave. between Burrowes and Atherton.
Multiple students strongly urged UPUA to pass a resolution supporting President Barron’s statement on Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration. The legislation passed unanimously, but it’s important to remember UPUA is technically only an advocacy organization.
Think your band has what it takes to perform at Movin’ On? Battle of the Bands applications are now open.
Barron announced that Penn State is joining the Association of American Universities in asking that Trump’s executive order on immigration be removed as soon as possible.
Penn State held on to beat Illinois in a relatively full Bryce Jordan Center Saturday afternoon. Though the Lions held the lead almost the entire game, they dropped from a 20-point halftime lead to win by only four.