By connecting students with innovative alumni and pioneers who are achieving success, Startup Week inspires students to go beyond what is expected of them and expand their minds to think more broadly in whatever career path they choose.
My undergraduate career at Penn State began in August 2012. Move-in day was predictably chaotic, but the busyness of unpacking and meeting others in m...
The American Immigration Council (AIC) reports that immigrants are less likely than American-born individuals to be in prison.
Meet Jordan Yuppa and Pat Norton, two Penn State seniors with a novel new idea for a start-up company-an affordable delivery service that provides ...
Through the Huffington Post's Sleep Revolution, we hope to inspire students at Penn State and across the country to improve their state of mind and quality of sleep.
One of the biggest shocks to hit sportsworld in the past few years came in the form of the Jerry Sandusky scandal at Penn State University that led to the firing of Joe Paterno as head football coach.
Some political posturing that's occurring in Pennsylvania has recently received the focus of my attention. Gov. Tom Wolf has used his line-item veto power in order to eliminate all funding for the state's agricultural research and extension programs
In February 2006, David Rusenko embarked on a classroom project to help a friend create a website for her astronomy class. 10 years later that 'little...
The battle between the solar industry and electric utilities has the makings of a classic David versus Goliath tale, but the debate raises legitimate questions, notably: how should regulations be updated to recognize the growth of solar while still ensuring a reliable and affordable power system? And ultimately what value do distributed solar and utilities provide to society.
Corals are fascinating animals. Just like there would be no forests without trees, there would be no coral reefs without corals.
The concept of a Dyson Sphere is not a new one. It was first described by futurist writer Olaf Stapledon in his 1937 science fiction novel, Star Maker.
If you plan to go to a NFL or major college game this year, stop by the bank for a significant withdrawal -- and perhaps a loan application if you like premium seating.
Temple football and its long suffering fans deserve this one shining moment. This game wasn't a fluke. It wasn't about how bad Penn State was. It was about how good Temple is starting to become.
The tragic irony in education is that the policies and practices enacted in response to concerns over low achievement will further disable a generation of children already hobbled by poverty. Education reform is disproportionally affecting young girls and boys of color in the least privileged communities.
God is not dead. Fundamentalists are seemingly creeping up everywhere. And despite their spectacular growth, Mormons were never more in the public eye than when they were being targeted in the 19th century.
The perception of law graduates is that they are standing solemn holding a law degree, resumes, and a heavy burden of loan debt they can't pay off. However, this isn't the case for all graduates. Many are becoming savvier and using their versatile J.D. beyond the traditional practice of law.