Read about the Penn State Abington women's basketball team and all-academic honors for the cross country programs for the week of Feb. 8, 2015.
Even before Penn State Abington sophomore Diana Nolte discovered her passion for THON, she seemed perfectly suited for the cause. She loves to dance, works out daily, and she is dead serious about dancing for a cure and For the Kids.
Whether you are involved in a relationship or in recovery from one, a recent Abington graduate shares some advice this Valentine’s Day: Don’t repeat your mistakes when it comes to love. Her new book delves into the intricacies of dating in your twenties.
It may be hard to believe, but the "born to be wild" baby boomers once known for free love and sexual liberation are now senior citizens, or soon will be. These days, most baby boomers are more concerned with health and retirement finances than with social revolution. But when it comes to sex and romance, do they still light each other's fires -- or have they become more mild than wild?
The Abington THON dancers are training hard and stockpiling fresh socks and sneaks. Junior Mary Roche talks about dancing to give families hope.
Tucked into an alcove on the first floor, Harry Felton manned the Penn State Abington post office for 23 years with his mellow personality and a genuine interest in people.
Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of Feb. 1, 2015.
It's week three of a new interdisciplinary course at Penn State Abington, and the students and team of instructors are shifting paradigms, thinking outside of boxes, and working out of their comfort zones. But how does one process emotionally and socially a completely new way of thinking and working? Posts on the course website provide some insight.
Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of Jan. 25, 2015.
The deaths of her parents derailed Patti Pata's goal of becoming a nurse. But with family support and steely determination, she achieved her goal. Her attitude and work ethic are her parents' legacy.