Author Katie Klodowski
Police are looking for a thief who somehow managed to take an unattended delivery box truck from the front of Sheetz on 121 South Pugh Street.
We asked the Class of 2016 to send us their best decorated graduation caps, and they did not disappoint.
The Class of 2016’s gift is having impacts across the university, as many would argue, it should. The Alumni Association will match the funds raised by the Class of 2016 — an amount that adds up to $200,000. Currently, this commitment by the Alumni Association is the largest in Penn State Class Gift history.
Even though the semester is coming to a close, performance groups across campus are just beginning to debut the acts they’ve worked on all year. The Penn State Performing Arts Council will present their first ever end-of-the-year showcase later this week in Schwab Auditorium.
You don’t have to be an art major to sport an awesome hand-decorated cap at graduation. If your cap symbolizes something you’re proud of, let us know! We want to see the best caps of 2016.
Henry Bryce Jordan, the 14th president of Penn State and namesake of the Bryce Jordan Center, passed away on Tuesday at the age of 91.
History NOW, a subset of the History Channel, produced a video placing the fate of the Pennsylvania primary on the shoulders of three Penn State students, each of whom supports either Trump, Sanders, or Clinton.
Although there will certainly be no shortage of togas and parties this weekend, there are also several events that will benefit the State College community as a whole.
To celebrate Penn State pride, the Blue and White Society will host the third annual PS i(heart)U week, which includes events such as performances from My Zero Hero and Go Go Gadget, and a showing of the new Star Wars movie on the HUB lawn.
If you’re looking for a more engaging conversation this weekend at the bar, you’re in luck. U.S. Senate hopeful John Fetterman will visit the Liberty Craft House on Saturday from 9-11 p.m. to share drinks with voters and talk about his platform.
The fundraiser will be held on April 12, from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. at Insomnia Cookies. This year, the money raised through the event will be given to the Centre Country PAWS, a volunteer organization dedicated to promoting animal welfare and safety.
It’s no secret Penn State lives everywhere. If you traveled far away from Happy Valley for spring break but ran into a Nittany Lion, we want to hear about your encounter.
After preparing for several months, Penn State College of Medicine students opened a student-run (free) clinic called LionCare Tyrone in order to help out a community in need while also gaining valuable experience.
We sat down with the Executive Director, Katie Gasior, to learn a little more about her first few months on the job and “Old State Inspiring New Beginnings.”
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.
The band brought a diverse performance to the Bryce Jordan Center, playing music ranging from classic rock, to R&B, to country.
Devon Werkheiser (Ned Bigby) returned to the Bryce Jordan Center for the third year in a row to sing to the crowd.
Spending any extended amount of time in the BJC may have you craving caffeine. However, the resulting crash will have you regretting that decision. Try these things instead.
We sat down (stood up) with the 2016 line dance leader for a ’10 Questions’ to learn a little about what goes on behind the scenes.
From setting up the stage to preparing the balloons, it takes a lot to get the Bryce Jordan Center ready for a whole weekend of dancing FTK.
Waiting is always the hardest part. In order to combat the frustration that comes with waiting outside in the cold, Penn State Residential Dining will provide hot chocolate for supporters waiting to participate in THON.
With THON right around the corner, the final push for funds is well underway. McLanahan’s is getting in the spirit by donating 20 percent of your Penn State purchase to THON until February 15.
On Tuesday night, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago brought four bold and contemporary works to audiences at the Eisenhower Auditorium.
Cultural Conversations is returning for its 2016 season, bringing with it new works that deal with local and global diversity.