With Thanksgiving break in session, Penn State Transportation Services announced CATABus and Campus Shuttle service changes this week.
Penn State President Eric Barron and his wife Molly Barron made a donation of $525,000 to create the Eric and Molly Barron Student Food Security Endowment.
For this year’s Thanksgiving holiday, Penn State’s Poultry Science Club is helping community members set their dinner tables with its annual locally sourced turkey sale.
Penn State’s McCourtney Institute for Democracy through the College of the Liberal Arts hosted 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang and former U.S. House Rep. Charlie Dent for “Andrew Yang and Charlie Dent: The Future of America’s Two-Party System.”
After hearing State College’s Mad Mex location will close Nov. 28 pending the sale of Days Inn by Wyndham Penn State, alumnus John Richter said he has “no idea” where he will go when he visits the area next.
When Theresa Vescio’s daughter was in fourth grade, she came home angry at a neighborhood boy who praised her for running fast for a girl — to which she replied, “I’m just faster than him, I'm just fast.”
Penn State's State of State hosted its annual fall conference in the HUB-Robeson Center's Flex Theater Wednesday night, where presenters discussed topics ranging from rape culture, Greek Life, service dogs and mini horses in separate speeches.
Penn State's University Park Undergraduate Association confirmed and swore in Giselle Concepcion and Melissa Trochez as new at-large representatives at its Wednesday night meeting, as well as Owen Haddad as representative for the Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications.
At its Wednesday night meeting, Penn State's University Park Undergraduate Association passed Bill #16-16, Funding for Mental Health and Wellness Week.