“Kathy is an experienced administrator, engaged teacher and accomplished researcher, with a long history of service to the College of Education and the University,” Penn State Executive Vice President and Provost Nicholas Jones said in a press release. “I have every confidence she will provide outstanding leadership for the honors college as we move forward through this transition.”
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An increase in accepted offers of admission and the inadequacies of LionPATH bring a larger-than-expected incoming freshman class to University Park. The university is getting creative with housing initiatives, including a “1+3” opportunity for students in which they spend their first year at a Commonwealth campus to receive financial aid and lowered tuition.
Ted Brown, Barbara Doran, Bill Oldsey have won the 2016 alumni Board of Trustees election.
Because watching the same exact games men watch, observing patterns, and forming analysis on our own just isn’t possible with our feeble woman-brains, right?
Rip Engle was enjoying his last year as Penn State’s head coach, cigarettes were everywhere, and apparently the Lion’s Den was a place for “drinking coke.”
A Penn State alumnus walked through the ridiculously long Bernie Sanders rally line and talked to just about everyone there in the process.
East Halls is revealing the contents of a recently-found time capsule from 1965 and saying goodbye to the beloved Big Onion next week.
It’s alright if you’ve made a few mistakes here and there. As long as you have pure intentions and a story to tell, you’re welcome at Bill Pickle’s Tap Room — exactly as its namesake would’ve wanted.
Are you a fan of animals and/or wine? How about running? Maybe even all three? If yes, then you’re in luck.
We can’t guarantee you’ll win the day — in fact a few of us will likely take the L — but let’s celebrate this guaranteed Penn State win like the Blue-White game is the new Rose Bowl.
This year, the football team will be signing autographs at select Beaver Stadium gates from 11:15 a.m.-12:05 p.m. on April 16. Players will be grouped by position at designated gates.
“INSIGHT Into Diversity” Magazine awarded President Eric Barron with its Giving Back Award, an honor recognizing college professors and chancellors who go beyond their job requirements in diversity leadership, commitment to charitable service, and community service initiatives.
Now that the Roar Zone’s first-ever president Kyle Hoke is graduating, he passed the torch to Chris Godissart, a rising senior majoring in biology.
For Blue-White weekend and Blue-White weekend only, the hole in our hearts where 3 a.m. wings should be will fill once again.
The new student body-wide procedure will allow the accused to observe possible interaction between the complainant and the panel (either recorded and shown later or the accused will be in a different room watching a live video stream) and after add pertinent information to the investigative packet, and to stand before a Title IX decision panel and propose questions to ask of other parties.
I logged on to Yik Yak expecting the usual run-of-the-mill racist and misogynistic posts this morning, but what I saw restored my faith in humanity and might’ve singlehandedly ended racism.
It was fun while it lasted.