Hundreds of students were out celebrating St. Patrick’s Day early this weekend at Indiana University of Pennsylvania – many of whom will now face consequences from the borough and university for their raucous actions.
In December, Sebastian Tomasits and his mother bought a Christmas tree and tied it to the roof of their car.
Penn State students broke their record when they raised more than $13 million at their annual THON fundraiser.
When several students were accused of dancing inappropriately at the Snowball Dance at Peters Township High School the lights went on and students were told to stop or leave.
This Presidents’ Day should have been a day off for students in New Kensington and Arnold.
Nearly 400 students packed the auditorium at South Side High School in Hookstown, Beaver County.
The Heinz History Center’s gripping exhibit, “From Slavery to Freedom,” has new touches.
A fire in Pittsburgh’s Oakland section heavily damaged a two-story house occupied by a man and his wife on Friday evening.
Woodland Hills School District has been chosen by the American Association of Administrators as one of 10 school districts nationwide to participate in a private partnership initiative to explore discipline alternatives.
Students at Carnegie Mellon University are protesting Coca-Cola’s sponsorship of the Sochi Olympics.
From computers to robots, Carnegie Mellon University is known for innovation. On Friday afternoon, students let their creative juices flow with their annual Engineering Fest.
August Wilson and Dr. Leroy Patrick have been named the winners of the Spirit of King Awards for 2014.
The creation of the Woodland Hills School District spawned protests and required the forced busing of minority students.
Officials with the Pittsburgh Promise are working to teach what their students may not learn in class.
Two Pitt grad students – Quanisha Miller, of Chester, Pa. and Tyisha Williams, of Greenwood, S.C., were on a mission Monday night.