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Monthly Archives: August, 2015
Adam Zydney, 26, was arrested and charged with possession of child pornography after police found a cache of 591 files on his computer. Zydney is the son of State College school district board member Laurel Zydney and has previously worked with children in a number of roles.
You’ve asked, and we’ve listened.
Women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer, and field hockey are responsible for Penn State athletics’ hot start to the school year.
It’s hard to pick a favorite Penn State animal. In fact, we at Onward State couldn’t pick a single critter to be named the best Penn State animal. So a few of our writers chose our favorites furry friends to defend. Behold! The Battle of the Penn State Critters!
The sport of golf is one that transcends time. Equipment may change as technology rapidly advances, but the objective will always remain the same: hit a little white ball into a hole in as few strokes as possible. This universally cherished game has made its presence felt right here at Penn State, all thanks to a handful of ambitious men with a dream and a plan.
Penn State (1-0, 0-0) entered Sunday’s contest riding a wave of momentum after a 1-0 victory in the season opener over San Francisco on Friday. In front of an announced crowd of 1,590, two sessions of overtime were needed, but Penn State and Navy ended the contest with a 1-1 draw. Let’s take a look at how Sunday’s action unfolded.
Sad news from the State College community this morning: a woman was fatally shot as the result of a domestic dispute in the 300 block of Gregor Way.
The 2014 National Championship banner was in the rafters as Penn State honored last year’s accomplishment before breaking out the brooms.
Penn State’s loaded Class of 2016 continues to grow with the addition of four-star safety Andrew Pryts (Hermitage, PA/Hickory) over the weekend.
Penn State Women’s Volleyball continued its dominance with another sweep over Stony Brook.
James Franklin made a bet that Little Leaguer Braden Kolmansberger wouldn’t drill a 30-yard field goal. Franklin lost the bet.
No. 7 Penn State field hockey fell to N0. 16 Old Dominion 2-1 Friday night at Powhatan Complex in Hampton Roads, Va. despite an early first goal and a sizable shooting advantage.
Penn State women’s soccer tied Duke in a surprisingly scoreless game on Friday evening.
The defending National Champions opened the Penn State Classic with a three-set sweep over the Buffalo Bulls.
With 2,449 fans in attendance, the Nittany Lions took the season opener with a 1-0 victory over San Francisco on a picturesque Friday evening at Jeffrey Field. Needing to start the season on a high note, the Nittany Lions overcame a sloppy first half to net home the deciding goal, and begin the 2015 campaign with momentum. Let’s take a look at how the action unfolded.
Tim Beckman was fired as Illinois Head Football Coach on Friday, and Penn State promptly responded how it always does in these situations: by mocking Beckman and cracking jokes.
Penn State Athletic Director Sandy Barbour announced on Friday that the Nittany Lions will take on the Idaho Vandals of the Sun Belt Conference at Beaver Stadium in the 2019 season opener. The game is set for August 31. With the recent announcement, Idaho becomes the third Sun Belt opponent Penn State will face in as many consecutive years — with Georgia State and Appalachian State slated for 2017 and 2018, respectively.
Tickets for the world’s premier student section go on sale next Thursday.
Distinguished computer scientist, entrepreneur, climate crusader, and Penn Stater John Mashey delivered a special seminar through the Earth Systems Science Center Thursday, articulately and engagingly connecting invisible dots between think tanks, climate change deniers, tobacco companies, the media, and even universities.
Penn State boasts two of the best soccer teams in the country, and some of its best players to boot. One men’s team player, along with five members of the women’s team, are ranked within the top 100 players in the nation by TopDrawerSoccer.com, a site that meticulously ranks and follows collegiate soccer.
The Boom has received praise from nearly every type of outlet and public figure. In its review, Forbes Business called the book “Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Fracking.” But how, exactly, did this book about the energy industry land in the laps of every member of the class of 2019?