Category: Penn State

LionPATH Unveils With Poor Design, Difficult Navigation

After LionPATH officially opened up to students last week, one of our writers took to the internet and compared the site with its predecessor, eLion.

Penn State Researchers Find Old People Are Terrified Of Robots

Penn State researcher Dr. Shyam Sundar found in a recent study that senior citizens fear robot overlords. He is now determining whether that notion carries to different generations and why that is.

Penn State’s Chances In 2016 Big Ten Hockey Tournament

Penn State needs some help down the stretch but with a good seed and a little bit of luck, Gadowsky’s men might just pull off a miraculous tourney run.

A First Look At The Updated Findlay Commons

With new food options, more study spaces, and longer hours, incoming freshman will gladly live in the renovated East Residence Halls.

BoT Re-Election Hopeful Wants To Create A ‘Shrine’ Replica Of Joe Paterno’s Office

Ted Brown, an incumbent, alumni-elected trustee up for re-election, is running on a platform that includes renaming Beaver Stadium “Paterno Field at Beaver Stadium” and creating a “shrine” replica of Paterno’s office somewhere on campus.

Mike ‘The Mailman’ Herr Announces April 1 Retirement Date

Mike Herr, Penn State’s most beloved mailman, announced Monday that is is officially retiring on April 1 after 48 of service at the State College post office.

Dancers Demonstrate Their Favorite Stretches From THON 2016

When things start to get tight, dancers and their Dancer Relations Captains need to find a way to keep on moving. Take a look at some of their favorite stretches from THON 2016.