RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

The Pennsylvania State University

The Pennsylvania State University
A collection of news and information related to The Pennsylvania State University published by this site and its partners.

Top The Pennsylvania State University Articles

Displaying items 1-12
  • Virgen: Lott Trophy Watch List players announced

    David Baker, the president of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, couldn't help but laugh Friday at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach, where he told the story about giving Ray Guy some good news. Everyone in attendance for the Ronnie Lott IMPACT (Integrity,...
  • Men's Volleyball Notebook: UCI lone contender from West

    With four NCAA championships in the previous eight seasons and just two wins away from a fifth in nine campaigns, including three of the last four, few could argue that UC Irvine is not the preeminent collegiate men's volleyball program in the country....
  • Men's Soccer: 'Eaters defeat Aggies

    Nine different men's soccer players have contributed to UC Irvine's balanced scoring attack this season. But, on balance, there are two Anteaters whose increasing point totals are earning them clear consideration as a prolific pair. Lalo Calzada, a...
  • Apodaca: Authorities must listen to and protect our children

    Once again, adults entrusted with the care of children have let them down. If you've been following the news lately, you've no doubt been horrified by accounts of a Los Angeles elementary school teacher who allegedly subjected students to lewd acts,...
  • Cynthia Bohler & George Parthmer

    Cynthia Bohler & George Parthmer
    Cynthia Bohler & George Parthmer                                 Cynthia Bohler and George Parthmer of Costa Mesa, California, have announced their engagement. The bride-to-be is a 1994 graduate of Newport Harbor High School in Newport Beach, CA...
  • Steinberg: Values remain important

    Watching the Penn State students tear up their campus in support of football coach Joe Paterno was a shocking sight this week. College is supposed to be an incubator of ethics and values. The students evinced no concern for the fact their campus...
  • Daily Pilot Girls' Volleyball Dream Team: Humphreys leads way

    Daily Pilot Girls' Volleyball Dream Team: Humphreys leads way
    Kelsey Humphreys just got back from a special trip in Louisville, Ky. One day she watched the women's volleyball Final Four inside the KFC Yum! Center. The next day she competed in the same arena, on the same court. As one of 24 senior girls,...
  • A Word, Please: False relationships lead to faux pas

    When "Freakonomics" came out in 2005, I figured it was a watershed moment in public discourse. At last, I thought, someone with a big, loud platform was casting light on an all-too-common practice in which scientists and science journalists peddle...
  • Four students win college scholarships

    Four local students starting college at four-year universities this fall beat out the competition to win money for college. Costa Mesa resident Ashley Rendon and Newport Coast resident Jeffrey Tedmori won a scholarship from the California Grocers Assn....
  • Gresh hired as boys' tennis coach at CdM

    Corona del Mar High did not need to look far to find its next boys' tennis coach. Jamie Gresh stays in Newport Beach. Gresh, who has been a junior varsity coach at Newport Harbor for two of the past three years, is moving across the bay to join the...
  • Thornton, Smith named to U.S. Olympic men's volleyball team roster

    Thornton, Smith named to U.S. Olympic men's volleyball team roster
    Brian Thornton and David Smith, both former UC Irvine standouts, have been named to the U.S. Olympic men's volleyball team, pending approval from the U.S. Olympic Committee. Upon approval, Thornton and Smith along with the rest of the nominated team...
  • Steinberg: Several lessons to be learned from Penn State scandal

    Former FBI director Louis Freeh concluded one of the most horrifying investigations in the history of collegiate sports this week. In the wake of years of sexual abuse of young men by assistant coach Jerry Sandusky of Penn State, often in the shower room...