Penn State Fraternity Suspended Amid Sexual Assault InvestigationThe report says the victim is a student who was allegedly assaulted by four fraternity members at the Alpha Epsilon Pi house on Jan. 15.
Penn State QB Sean Clifford Says He Received Death Threats Following Minnesota LossOn a conference call Tuesday morning, Clifford said that he deleted all social media after he received the threats.
Penn State Football Players Asked To Remove Message-Based T-ShirtsPenn State seized shirts from football players reading "Chains, Tattoos, Dreads and WE ARE."
'That Hair Is Awesome': Boy Pens Sweet Letter To Penn State's Jonathan Sutherland After Criticism Over DreadlocksDave Young, the boy's father, could not help but post his 8-year-old son's letter to Twitter before sending it off to Penn State.
Penn State Receives $7.3 Million Grant To Combat Spotted LanternflyThe grant, from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Institute of Food and Agriculture, will support a four-year initiative aimed at combating the pest.
Penn State Football's Jonathan Sutherland Responds To Letter Criticizing His 'Disgusting' DreadlocksPenn State University is responding after one of their star football players received a letter that many are calling racist.
Former Penn State President Graham Spanier Asks Federal Court To Overturn ConvictionThis comes less than a week before he is scheduled to start serving two months in jail.
Timothy Piazza's Parents Sue 28 Members Of Penn State Fraternity, Security Company Over Son's DeathThe parents of Timothy Piazza have sued 28 Penn State fraternity members and a security company.
Researchers Are Paying 1,000 People To Eat AvocadosParticipants must be willing to either eat one avocado per day for six months or eat only two avocados per month for the same period.
'Proactive Risk Assessment': Penn State Says Wilderness Too Risky For Outdoors ClubsThe Penn State Outing Club, originally founded in 1920, announced last week that the university will no longer allow the club to organize outdoor, student-led trips starting next semester.
Hearing To Resume In Deadly Fall At Penn State FraternityMembers of a shuttered Penn State fraternity accused of crimes related to the death of a pledge earlier this year are due in a Pennsylvania courtroom for what will be the fourth day of a hearing to determine if there's enough evidence to send the case to county court for trial.