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Apr 24, 2019 09:27am
There are two highlights of the offseason for Penn State football fans: the Blue/White Game and the NFL Draft. One is a big stage for the up-and-coming stars of the new Penn State team and the other, an event football...
Apr 23, 2019 05:25pm
Nations’ histories across the world deserve to be celebrated — and often with good drinks and fabulous food in both hands. Cinco de Mayo is just days away, a holiday that represents the Mexicans Army’s victory over the...
Apr 23, 2019 04:47pm
“Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them.” Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night might as well have been talking about those who graduate Penn State University. Being a Nittany Lion...
Apr 17, 2019 10:01am
Selecting a wedding venue is one of the very first steps in planning your big day. For some couples, choosing the ideal location is easy, but for many others, the options can be overwhelming. Whatever your vision for...
Apr 17, 2019 09:59am
Spring is here, which means Easter is right around the corner! Happily, there are plenty of opportunities to find eggs, treats and spring fun all around Happy Valley, if you know where to look. Here are our picks for...
Apr 17, 2019 09:54am
Mayfest, the beloved annual festival and the only one of its kind in Pennsylvania, celebrates its 15th anniversary on Saturday, April 27. Taking place in Historic Downtown Huntingdon, each of the five blocks on...
Apr 11, 2019 04:53pm
Nittany Lions will be available for autographs at the Beaver Stadium gates from 12:15-1 p.m. UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The Blue-White Game presented by Highmark autograph session slated for Saturday, April 13 will give...
Apr 10, 2019 01:26pm
By JOHN PATISHNOCK UNIVERSITY PARK — Happy Valley is finally thawing out from another long winter, and temperatures have risen to the 50s, 60s and even the 70s in recent weeks.; basically, it’s starting to finally feel...
Apr 10, 2019 09:49am
UNIVERSITY PARK — Hailed as “The most powerful and intense Springsteen tribute on the planet,” Bruce in the USA will thrill Penn Staters and fans of all generations at the Penn State Alumni Association’s premier summer...

Happy Valley’s THON Recap

If you don’t already know, THON is the largest student-run philanthropy in the world, raising millions of dollars every year in battle against childhood cancer, with a 46-hour dance marathon taking plac

Diamond Lions set for Big Ten opener against Gophers

UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State Athletics’ roaring success has continued into the spring, with the baseball team sporting a strong 9-3 record through the season’s first 12 games—the team’s best since 1980 (10-2).

Make a Weekend of the ALABAMA Concert

Fifty has always been an important number in our society, one we often choose to celebrate with as much pomp and circumstance as we can.

2019 Starts with a Nittany Lion Roar

Penn State has a knack for attracting and recruiting stellar athletics into all its many athletic programs. Is it because of the school’s reputation for launching these students into the pros?

Penn Stater Abroad

By Natasha Schlaffer

Big Ten Hockey Tournament comes to Pegula

Your Blue-White Game 411

Let’s face it: ever since the 2018 football season ended, we’ve been waiting for the Bl

Prepare for Summer Fun

As April sheds its last shower, May rolls around and half of State College is gone.

Make a Weekend of the Central PA Home and Garden Show

Make your weekend bloom and shine with the show that truly “shows.”

The Central PA Home and Garden Show is the largest home improvement and product showcase in central Pennsylvania, geared for all those who want the best of the best when it comes to home modeling.

Top Picks for St. Patrick’s Day

State College–Whether or not you have the “luck of the Irish” in your blood, there’s no denying St. Patrick’s Day is a time of fun and festivity in Happy Valley. Local businesses are offering an array of Irish-inspired food and drink to satisfy nearly every lad and lass. Here are options to help you celebrate the wearing of the green this March 17.
 

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