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State College Mayor Elizabeth Goreham Will Not Run For Re-Election

State College Mayor Elizabeth Goreham just announced at the Borough Council meeting she will not run for re-election at the end of her term this year. Goreham took office as the first-ever female mayor of State College in 2010 and was re-elected to begin her second term in 2014.

Penn State Student Charged With Arson After Setting Shirt On Fire Inside Residence Hall

Witnesses reportedly gave written statements that Jedidiah Seinfeld entered the room, poured lighter fluid on a shirt then lit it on fire before leaving the room and tossing the flaming shirt in a trash can.

Penn State, National Fraternity Suspend Beta Theta Pi For Investigation

Beta Theta Pi released a statement today on the chapter’s website indicating the chapter has been temporarily suspended by both Penn State and the national Beta Theta Pi fraternity.

Police: Fraternity Waited Until Morning To Call Police After Student Fall

Emergency services were not contacted until 10:49 a.m. Friday morning — nearly 12 hours after fraternity members said student Timothy Piazza fell down the basement steps during a party.

This Weekend At Penn State…

Whether you were canvassing this weekend, visiting home, or just daylonging like it was your job, you probably missed something that happened here in State College this weekend.

Blue & White Society Hosting Professional Headshot Fundraiser Benefitting Relay For Life

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.

State College Borough Council To Discuss Property Maintenance Code, UPUA Urges Student Attendance

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.

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