Here’s an excuse to keep procrastinating — I mean, to take a break. Enjoy the cuteness of these baby animal GIFs.
Author Erin Servey
Finals week inevitably means more time spent on campus — eating, collecting free stuff, attending de-stress events, and (hopefully) studying. With this in mind, the university has extended hours next week for dining halls, parking, CATAbuses, and the library.
If it’s one thing Penn State has in abundance, it is A Capella groups. Two of them, the Pennharmonics and the Coda Conduct, are releasing albums on April 16. A Capella fans, prepare for your ears to sing.
More than fifty people have worn our mascot’s costume in its multiple variations. From mule to African lion, our mascot didn’t always resemble the one Nittany Lion that we all know and love.
A new and intriguing installation appeared in the Leisure Reading Room in Pattee Library last week, and it combines aspects of a chair, study room, and alien space pod.
Enjoy pancakes, maple syrup, and history at Shaver’s Creek 33rd annual Maple Harvest Festival this weekend, March 19 and 20. No need to worry about transportation because a bus will be provided.
There are already Students for Sanders and Students for Hillary clubs at Penn State. Now, with the primaries quickly approaching, one student has established a “Students for Trump” club.
From serious songs like “Future Generation” to party beats like “Ass Drop,” Hong’s album “Dive Into My Mind” proves it’s possible to be a student and aspiring musician at the same time.
A turning point in Penn State history: We will no longer run on coal in an attempt to improve sustainability, efficiency, and cost.
Emergency Medical Services is preparing to help be part of the backbone of THON — to keep all the dancers healthy and on their feet.
At the Subway on 100 South Burrowes Street employees accidentally locked a man inside when they closed on January 23. After an hour the man damaged property: including doors, locks, and a toilet before he walked out the front door.
At Sundance Film Festival six students had the opportunity to network and meet successful people in the film industry who could potentially help them with their careers later on.
A petting zoo in State College is a finalist for a $5 million dollar grant that aims to “boost communities’ civic engagement.”