Around Campus

  • goalie Liam Souliere

    Goalie Liam Souliere made 36 saves to earn his first win of the 2021 season on Saturday, Oct. 9 vs visiting Canisius. Penn State buried three goals in the third-period on their way to a 5-2 win. The Lions will next host Niagara on Oct. 21 at Pegula Arena.

  • Chris Bell performs at Allen Street Jam

    Singer, songwriter Chris Bell brought his rock and blues sound to the stage at the Allen Street Jam on the afternoon of Oct. 18. The Allen Street Jam, hosted by the 2021 Penn State Homecoming Committee, provided games, refreshments, and a full day of live music on Allen Street in downtown State College. Homecoming 2021 events continue through this week culminating with the annual Homecoming... Read more ›

  • Kate Snow guest speaker

    Kate Snow, senior national correspondent for NBC News, and weekend anchor for NBC Nightly News, talked to an audience at the HUB-Robeson Center on the evening of Oct. 11 about the evolving role of network news and the effort to remain a vital resource in a social media driven environment. The event was sponsored by the Bellisario College and the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters... Read more ›

  • Duck statue

    Located near the duck pond by the Hintz Family Alumni Center at the University Park campus, this sculpture of a Labrador duck is part of the Lost Bird Project conceived by artist Todd McGrain. The project recognizes the tragedy of modern extinction by immortalizing five North American birds in sculpture. Shaver's Creek Environmental Center is a presenting sponsor of the project, bringing it to... Read more ›

  • art student sketching pumpkins

    Noah Lewis, a sophomore studying art education at Penn State, chose to draw the autumn displays around the Arboretum for his Art 110, Colored Pencil Landscape project. The Arboretum at Penn State, open daily from dawn to dusk, is celebrating the changing colors and wonders of the fall season with a variety of displays located throughout the gardens and public areas. 

  • POW MIA chair at Beaver Stadium

    A POW/MIA Chair of Honor was dedicated at Penn State's Beaver Stadium on the morning of Sept. 8. The event was hosted by Penn State Veterans Affairs and Services, Intercollegiate Athletics, and Penn State ROTC.  The chair is a physical symbol of the thousands of American POW/MIA still unaccounted for from all wars and conflicts involving the United States.