Penn State is refreshing its academic visual identity, which was created in the late 1980s and is often referred to as the University mark. Though it has served the University well, the original mark was developed in the pre-digital era and its poor reproduction in Web, social media and video environments has diminished its use and led to a proliferation of inconsistent designs to represent the Penn State academy.
Members of the Penn State football team and head coach James Franklin recently visited some young fans at Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital. Check out this photo gallery that highlights how the Nittany Lions connected with the youngsters via crafts, photos, and more.
Nearly 70 Penn State student-athletes have received Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Awards for the 2014-15 academic year. The total of 69 is the school’s second-highest and just shy of last year’s record total.