Police say the pedestrian struck in Saturday morning hit-and-run accident did not suffer life threatening injuries and the driver of the vehicle is still unknown.
Jennifer Stahl was once living in Housing Transitions’ homeless shelter with her unborn daughter, but through hard work earned two degrees in four years and now works for the non-profit as a case manager.
A Penn State grad student, along with grad students from across the globe, is working to develop an adjustable, moldable and inexpensive prosthetic socket.
Students continue their water collection efforts for one more week and push back their delivery to Flint, Michigan.
The Penn State floor hockey club is an intense yet fun club where anyone can join to play a sport that closely resembles ice hockey.
The State College Police Department issued a release advising drivers that University Drive between Westerly Parkway and South Atherton Street is closed until further notice.
The UPUA voted to support increased awareness of mental health services and the reestablishment of PASS.
On Friday, a handful of female students participated in A Day in Her Hijab, hosted by the Penn State Muslim Student Association and Penn State Triota, to stand in solidarity of Muslim women who choose to wear a hijab and to learn more about Islamic practices.
The Graduate and Professional Student Association voted to co-sponsor this year’s Movin’ On music festival last night by providing money for lunch and dinner for the festival’s performers.
Former Penn State President Graham Spanier filed lawsuits against Penn State and Louis Freeh today, three years after he says he intended to.
The UPUA is set to show its support for mental health care awareness and legislative outreach during tonight's meeting.
Regis Becker, chief ethics and compliance director at Penn State, has been selected for the board of directors for the U.S. Safe Sport Committee - a new advisory council for the protection of youth in athletics.
The State College Police Department is investigating an assault that took place at the bus stop outside of the Meridian, a downtown apartment complex, in January.
Attorney General’s office files to have court reconsider previous decision in cases of Spanier, Curley and Schultz.
Council meeting approved borrowing money for improvements, approved payrolls and vouchers for the month of Jan. and approved Crown Castle to install cell nodes throughout town.