Class gifts are an annual tradition at Penn State dating back to 1861. The process begins with a nomination period where students, alumni and community members can propose ideas for the gift. Then a ballot selection is then held, and the top ideas are offered up to the senior class to vote o…
Penn State student Riley Kuhn’s involvement with Central Pennsylvania’s chapter of Camp Kesem goes beyond his dedication to the camp’s goal of empowering children who have a parent with cancer.
Denny Dubbs is an evening Blue Loop driver for CATA. His favorite part of the job is helping his passengers either through reopening the door for a running student, helping with directions or getting people home after a long day of work.
The concept of a ghost has frightened humanity for centuries. When the first ghost stories were written in Roman times, the evolution of paranormal life has encompassed the globe.
When students search for game day clothing, they have numerous stores to choose from in State College that sell various forms of Penn State merchandise.
Every Friday night from 9 to 11 p.m., while most Penn Staters go to parties, study or sleep, the students of We Are Karaoke meet in room 233 of the HUB-Robeson Center to blow off some steam — belting out songs to their hearts’ content.
State College — the home of the Nittany Lion — is a diverse community that welcomes all animals into its busy streets and the Penn State campus.
State College did not become an official town until the mid-1800s when the Farmers’ High School of Pennsylvania — the early version of Penn State — was founded. Flash forward nearly 165 years, State College and University Park have a combined population of over 84,000 residents.
One in three college freshmen have a diagnosed mental health disorder, according to a 2018 study by the American Psychological Association.
Every day, freshman Alex Wind juggles school work, extracurricular activities and a social life — tasks not too out of the ordinary for a Penn State student.