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Zach Berger

Zach Berger is the managing editor of StateCollege.com. He graduated from Penn State University in 2014 with a degree in print journalism. Zach enjoys writing about a variety of topics ranging from football to government, music, and everything in between.

Articles by Zach Berger

Female Student Reports House Robbery, Police Seek Information Female Student Reports House Robbery, Police Seek Information
197 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
A female college student walked into a scary situation on Tuesday evening. She returned to her home on the 800 block on South Pugh Street after being out of tow and found an intruder inside the house, who attempted to grab her phone before fleeing the scene. [Read More]
Altoona Fraternity Members Not Charged After Hazing-Related Suicide Altoona Fraternity Members Not Charged After Hazing-Related Suicide
197 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
A fraternity has been suspended for hazing that potentially contributed to a member's suicide, but a state investigative grand jury won't file criminal charges. This news comes just a weeks after the family of the deceased Marquise Braham filed a lawsuit against Penn State and Phi Sigma Kappa. [Read More]
Police Seeking Man Involved in Bank Card Fraud Police Seeking Man Involved in Bank Card Fraud
197 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
State College Police are looking for a man who was involved in "the fraudulent use of a bank card" at multiple locations in town on Nov. 1, 2015. It is unclear exactly how the alleged fraud took place or what method the man was using to commit fraud at these State College stores. [Read More]
Borough Council: Out With the Old, In With the New Borough Council: Out With the Old, In With the New
197 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
As they say: Out with the old, and in with the new. But not so fast. At least not with the State College borough council, which prefers an appreciative goodbye as council members depart from their final meeting. [Read More]
Tussey Mountain (Finally) Set to Open for 2016 Season Tussey Mountain (Finally) Set to Open for 2016 Season
197 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
"After waiting out a ridiculously warm December, January roars into 2016 with enough great snowmaking nights and days that we are excited to announce that we will be opening for the 2016 season this week," Tussey said in an e-mail sent to their subscriber list. [Read More]
Penn State Scientists Discover Potential Autism Treatment Penn State Scientists Discover Potential Autism Treatment
197 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
The university announced on Monday that Penn State scientists discovered a "novel drug target and have rescued functional deficits in human nerve cells derived from patients with Rett Syndrome, a severe form of autism-spectrum disorder." [Read More]
Battle Between Paternos and NCAA Over Access to Documents Continues Battle Between Paternos and NCAA Over Access to Documents Continues
197 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
For the first time in over a month -- and the first time in the new year -- there's some action in the Paterno lawsuit filed against the NCAA. The NCAA continues to demand discovery from the Paterno estate, particularly related to its "Critique" of the Freeh Report. [Read More]
Penn State World Campus to Help NFL Players Earn Degrees Penn State World Campus to Help NFL Players Earn Degrees
197 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
Penn State World Campus is teaming up with the NFL Players Association, the labor union for athletes in the National Football League. The educational partnership is part of a plan to help both current and former players in the league earn college degrees online. [Read More]
State College Named America's Best City for Singles State College Named America's Best City for Singles
198 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
If you're single and live in any city but State College, you're apparently doing it wrong. According to a study done by FindTheHome, a residential real estate search engine, State College is the best city in America for singles. [Read More]
2015 in the Headlines: Our Top Stories of the Past Year 2015 in the Headlines: Our Top Stories of the Past Year
198 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
From new restaurants opening in town -- including a downtown Sheetz sans gas pumps -- to the firing of Penn State's offensive coordinator to some tragic domestic disputes, we broke down the highlights and lowlights of 2015 in State College based on what most of you read. [Read More]
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