For the fourth year in a row, Penn State's Men Against Violence will be hosting "Walk A Mile In Her Shoes" on April 10 at 1 p.m. Men will don a pair of pumps—don't worry, the heels go up to size 14—and walk for a mile starting at 203 Boucke and ending on Pollock Road.
One of the Blue Band's greatest traditions is the feature twirler, also known as the Blue Sapphire. With four-year twirler Matt Freeman set to graduate, there were open auditions to find his replacement. Rachel Reiss, an incoming freshman from Lancaster, found out on Friday that she was selected to replace Freeman.
Spring officially starts today, however in true Happy Valley fashion, it is not warm and there is a slight chance of precipitation. Although it might not be the best start to spring, there are so many things to look forward to about spring at Penn State. Here are our ten best things about spring in scenic State College.
After issues surrounding the daylong policy last year, and the fact that daylongs were banned entirely two years ago, things have settled down and the daylong is back—with some restrictions.
Celebrated Watergate reporter and current associate editor of the Washington Post Bob Woodward paid a visit to Penn State as part of the Student Programming Association's Distinguished Speaker Series.
Samantha Fuss had a dream. The senior from Hazleton wanted to dance in THON 2014 in memory of the child who inspires her the most: Audrianna Bartol.