Author Anna Foley
The THON 2016 Pep Rally rocked the BJC Saturday night with carefully choreographed dances from Penn State sports teams with special guests and judges Leah and Devon Still.
THON 2016 Executive Director Katie Mailey and Four Diamonds co-founder Charles Millard welcomed the press just hours before the dancers will stand for 46 hours in the BJC.
Sonia Goldstein survived four years in the brutal Stuthof Concentration Camp. Now, she’s sharing her story at Penn State.
Imagine, for a moment, if scheduling took longer than five minutes. Imagine if you weren’t sitting in your dorm room or on your sofa, but were instead waiting in line in Rec Hall or the HUB. Imagine if instead of screenshotting your schedule on your phone, you had one little yellow sheet of paper with your classes listed. Well, some Penn Staters don’t have to imagine those circumstances, chiefly because they endured them.
A packed Schwab Auditorium joined together Monday night to celebrate the holiday through song, dance, and powerful testimony.
Andrew Garwood, a student and member of ta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, passed away on January 12 following a long battle with brain cancer.
The Austrian-based singers will perform a medley of classics, traditional Austrian folk songs, and Christmas carols.
The demonstration, which will take place Wednesday afternoon, hopes to help Penn State understand the connection between social injustices and climate change.
After investigating the area, police found no armed individuals and declared the area clear.
Penn State is joining forces with entrepreneurs from over 160 countries and 24,000 partners to celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week.
The future of 3D printing at Penn State looks bright, thanks to Dr. Timothy Simpson.
Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin, will be the distinguished speaker at Penn State’s Martin Luther King Junior Commemoration Week celebration in January. The theme for the week, which was revealed today, is “Keep Moving Forward.”
To help make the purple out at Beaver Stadium a reality, The Family Clothesline and pennstateclothes.com are selling #TeamKayla t-shirts.
To celebrate the life of Kayla Nakonechni, the football game this Saturday against Illinois will be a purple out.
Before it was named Penn State’s alumni mecca, the white house in the middle of campus was actually the home of the University President and their family. From 1864 to 1970, the three-story stone house was what the leaders of the University called ‘home.’