Author: Ryan Beckler
A week after 2012 Penn State graduate Kyle Chase Johnson tragically died while running the Pittsburgh half marathon, local muralist Michael Pilato painted his likeness on the Heister Street mural, a fitting tribute for a man who, by all accounts, was a quintessential Penn Stater.
The often-discussed Penn State road trip to Ireland is a bit closer to reaching fruition. Penn State is reportedly in talks with UCF to open the 2014 season in Dublin, Ireland, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
Life’s funny. I never thought I’d end up here, writing to you all from my seventh floor apartment on Beaver Avenue. As a matter of fact, I never thought I’d end up at Penn State until my life took an unforeseen turn during my senior year of high school.
During the past few months, the victims of the recent events at Boston and Newtown have been on the hearts and minds of many in the Penn State community. In remembrance, local muralist Michael Pilato will dedicate a new section of his Heister Street mural to celebrate the lives which were tragically lost.
A Penn State text alert that went out shortly after noon indicates police are searching for a man who made an “indirect threat” in the HUB.
A couple dozen Penn State students want to start a new tradition — a campout for the Blue-White game. But the idea hasn’t exactly been well-received.
In the wake of the deadly attack at Monday’s Boston Marathon, Penn State taking some extra precautions to ensure the safety of all who plan to enjoy this weekend’s festivities.