His vision, connections, and famous last name made him a quietly influential figure in Washington, D.C., but Milton Eisenhower spent the best years of his career as a university president—including a transformational tenure at Penn State.
The new alumni owners of Hotel State College and Co. knew they’d have their hands full balancing respect for tradition and long-overdue updates to the iconic downtown business. They didn’t know they’d have to cope with a pandemic, too.
Born in the U.S., raised in Greece, and educated as an engineer at Penn State, Yiannis Lucacos followed an unlikely path to culinary fame. For his fans, neither a lingering recession nor a pandemic can stop them from celebrating his delicious updates on classic Greek cuisine.
Established in response to the darkest chapter in university history, Penn State’s Child Maltreatment Solutions Network has become a national leader in research designed to influence public policy that better protects vulnerable children from abuse.