Author: Megan Fleming
A threatening message was discovered on a bathroom door in the campus’ Science Center that warned a bomb was in the building, and it would detonate some time before noon on Friday, March 4.
Penn State revoked a PhD last week due to newly discovered plagiarism, according to a memo distributed to all graduate students and faculty.
President Barack Obama sought out the nation’s best and brightest scientists and found one right here at Penn State. Dr. Jennifer Miksis-Olds was selected as one of 105 people to receive the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers.
Movin’ On just announced its 2016 lineup, and you’re not going to want to miss it.
The sixth annual TEDxPSU conference will bring together leading thinkers and innovators in the community for a one day speaker series starting at 10 a.m. today (here’s a great history lesson from its founder). We’ll be blogging throughout the day from Schwab Auditorium, so check back often for updates.
The Penn State Board of Trustees held its first meeting of the new year at Penn State Hershey Friday afternoon. The trustees powered through a packed agenda where they voted on construction projects, passed the long-awaited strategic plan, and heard some good news about the university’s credit.
Alpha Phi is not being punished from the Panhellenic Council after a member posted an Instagram with a vulgar caption during a social media competition sponsored by the council to benefit THON.