Get ready for the season’s beat atmosphere — the annual White Out contest. Once again, it’s when Ohio State comes to Happy Valley, with a battle of Top 10 teams set for Saturday’s biggest stage in college football. ESPN’s College Game will broadcast live from campus on Old Main lawn, just like last year. Now, for the game. Both teams are undefeated, though it’s probably fair to say that Penn State has more questions to answer, and also fair to point to Ohio State as the better team thus far. For fans, that should be fine. The best team doesn’t always win, and certainly not at Beaver Stadium during a White Out.  Read more
Six must-see homecoming Events

Since 1920, homecoming has been a yearly tradition for the Penn State community. While Penn Staters don’t need an excuse to come back to campus, Homecoming serves as the perfect opportunity to bring alumni and fans of all ages together to celebrate dear old State.
The secret ingredient to a successful Tailgate

There’s just something different about tailgating before the whiteout game. As Nittany Nation increases in size and anticipation grows for the game against The Ohio State University, fans from all across the country make their way to Happy Valley in support of the undefeated Nittany Lions. Read more

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With a stay at Hampton Inn State College, you'll be centrally located in State College, walking distance from Centre County Historical Society and close to Penn State Ice Pavilion. This hotel is within close proximity of Beaver Stadium and Bryce Jordan Center. Make yourself at home in one of the 119 air-conditioned guest rooms with complimentary wireless Internet access. Enjoy a wide range of amenities which include: outdoor pool and a 24-hour fitness center. The Inn also offers a complimentary hot/cold buffet breakfast served daily from 6:30 AM to 9:30 AM.

Kimchi Korean Restaurant is a medium-sized restaurant located in the center of Penn State’s  Campus and  State College’s  most populous neighborhoods. Kimchi offers traditional and contemporary Korean cuisines including soups, stews, casseroles, seafood, Korean BBQ, noodles and vegetarian dishes at reasonable prices. No reservations are required and there are always plenty of free parking spaces available at the restaurant. It is the perfect place if you are looking to try something different.