Aug 19, 2019 12:13pm
Although its name and reputation may be unfamiliar to many in Central Pennsylvania, the spotted lanternfly, an invasive insect species, has been menacing large swaths of the Commonwealth, and with move-in and Nittany...
Aug 16, 2019 07:26am
Happy Valley has always been a place where ambitious ideas take shape. Each Friday, Bill Zimmerman highlights stories of entrepreneurs chasing hard after their dreams here in the shadow of Mount Nittany. This is the...
Aug 15, 2019 11:22am
Which school offers graduates the most powerful alumni advocacy? According to one college news publication, it's Penn State.
Here in Happy Valley, we don't need to be told about the absolute embarrassment of riches we...
Aug 14, 2019 09:05am
Of all the iconic imagery that immediately and uniquely calls out "Penn State" - from the black shoes and basic blues of football to the belltower of Old Main and Allen Street Gates - perhaps no one spot in Happy...
Aug 13, 2019 12:12pm
Welcome to the inaugural edition of “Nittany State of Mind," my regular column that I’ll share on Tuesdays as president/publisher here at HappyValley.com. There will be a lot of Penn State sports #content, rest assured...
Aug 12, 2019 10:40am
Brent Pry talks coaching at Linebacker U, national championship aspirations
UNIVERSITY PARK: Heading into this sixth season at Penn State, Brent Pry is comfortable leading the Nittany Lion defense.
There’s a sense of...
By admin on August 08, 2019
Penn State Alumni Association CEO Paul Clifford is known for asking, "Where else would you rather be than a room full of Penn Staters?" Never does his maxim ring truer than when traveling in "enemy territory" to cheer on the Nittany Lions.
By John Patishnock on August 02, 2019
UNIVERSITY PARK — Last fall, KJ Hamler was widely regarded by teammates and coaches as the player most likely to have a breakout season.
The star wide receiver did just that, meeting (and in some cases, exceeding) those lofty expectations. In his redshirt freshman campaign, Hamler broke the program record for all-purpose yards by a freshman, totaling 1,417 yards. He finished with 42 catches for 754 yards and five touchdowns.