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.
“It sounded like a cannon went off,” he said. “The noise just echoed down the street… And all of sudden, everyone was running away from the finish line and toward us.”
The typical Penn State student passes University Park's most prestigious building several times a week, yet rarely has the opportunity to ascend its historic bell tower. On Wednesday afternoon, students and others will have the opportunity to explore the ins, outs, and roofs of Old Main.
Over the weekend, the Paternos released a statement to media in which it backs the PS4RS slate of candidates (Ed Brown, Barbara Doran, and William "Bill" Oldsey) for the Penn State Board of Trustees.
One of our editors has recently been turned off by John Ziegler's reckless search for the truth.
Penn State added another member to its Nittany Lion family yesterday, in the form of, well, a baby horse! The female foal was born Monday morning around 1:00 a.m. with the help of managers and students at the Penn State horse barns.
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