Feature Archive

Experience Features

Reflecting on King's Legacy

1/12/15In 1965, Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke at Penn State. Here's a look back at the civil rights leader's visit to Rec Hall as well as his many contributions to society.

Still Fighting to Win

1/6/15VIDEO: U.S. military veteran Max Rohn's leg wound and subsequent amputation didn't quell his competitive nature. With Penn State Ability Athletics, he's training for national and world championships in track and field.

Seeking Common Ground

12/15/14What starts as a weekend of conversations about global leadership and cultural differences often ends in lasting friendships at Penn State's Global Engagement and Leadership Experience (GELE).

The Fight Starts Here

12/3/14VIDEO: What began twelve years ago as a Penn State football team effort to support one teammate as his father struggled with kidney cancer is now a national college football effort to raise funds to fight rare diseases.

Raise One Final Song

11/24/14After more than thirty years with the Penn State Blue Band, Director O. Richard Bundy prepares for his halftime finale. Bundy plans to retire in May 2015.

Creepy Campus Lore

10/31/14Why are there so many legends about ghosts haunting hallowed university halls? Matt Swayne, author and lecturer in Penn State's College of Communications, has a few ideas.

With the Pride of Lions

10/20/14Well known for walking backwards across campus to provide future students with their first glimpse of Penn State, the Lion Ambassadors organization does so much more.

The True Measure of Success

9/18/14VIDEO: Penn Staters don't wait until graduation to change the world. Kara Morgan, an aerospace engineering student, is part of a team of faculty and students building a spacecraft that will land on the moon.