Instead of scouring the top 100 charts to find your new favorite artist, you can stay in town and discover a new band every Friday without ever leaving the comfort of campus.
There’s no question about it; Molly Basilio loves Penn State — and it’s safe to say she’s taking advantage of all Penn State has to offer.
It isn’t just a convenience store. It’s a lifestyle. So what are us Wawa kids supposed to do when a Sheetz opens up on Pugh Street? Feel guilty, cry a little, enjoy, and then feel rage.
It’s hard to believe that in just 100 days, we will once again be standing for 46 hours in the Bryce Jordan Center next to our friends, loved ones and classmates— all united by the same cause. Though we have not yet discovered the cure for pediatric cancer, we will dance every year for the cure while looking forward to the year where we will dance in celebration.
While hats and gloves work great outdoors, it’s tough to stay cozy at home without all the bundling, especially if you don’t want a heating bill that’s through the roof. The good news is, you can warm up your dorm without ever touching the thermostat.
Looking for a way to immerse yourself in cultures from around the world? If you are, take a little time to visit the Hub this month! The Hub Galleries are hosting the exhibit “Birth of the Painted World: Jivya Mashe and the Warli Tradition of India” until the middle of November.
We are a generation always looking for the next thing. We are never satisfied with being mediocre. This is both a blessing and a curse; never feeling good enough, never feeling like the job is finished.
Because we knows how vital donated blood is, Valley has teamed up with the American Red Cross to host a blood drive. “Bleed Pink” with Valley this Tuesday, Nov. 3, by donating blood in Alumni Hall in the HUB between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Brought to you by The Intern Queen, Lauren Berger, The Ford College Ambassador Challenge is a 3-part series of creative competitions designed to test the marketing abilities of college students while providing them with hands-on experience.
It was announced this week that this Saturday’s home football game will be a purple out in remembrance of Kayla Nakonechni. To celebrate the life of the wonderful person Kayla was, students and fans are encouraged to wear purple and gray.
The theme of the day is “Act Pink. Play Pink. Think Pink,” a tagline that gives a swift bend-and-snap to Ms. Elle Woods and her Delta Nu sorority sisters in honor of the Thespian’s promo performance of Legally Blond that day, but also highlights the upcoming Pink Zone Lady Lions game and overall mission.
Senioritis was bad enough in high school, but it’s even worse in college. Here are a few things that every Penn State senior experiences.
All of your favorite places like the HUB, the library, even the dining halls, are getting harder to maneuver because of all the people in your way. Every year, Penn State accepts more and more students than the previous year and it’s definitely noticeable.
Everyone has old bras they never wear, right? Well, bring yours to Old Main this Tuesday to write a message on them to honor those who have battled or been affected by breast cancer.
We are a university full of traditions. Some old, and some new. We take pride in our past by paying tribute, like our football players in their basic blues.
No student in Happy Valley would deny that they attend the best university known to man, but they might agree that there are a few noteworthy matters that make Penn State lovable and hatable.
It takes a Penn Stater to really know the ins and outs of Penn State and that includes the things that our orientation and tour guides “forget” to tell us before we begin the best four years.
A sure-to-be-groundbreaking campus performance is happening this October, and it’s all thanks to the Penn State W.O.R.D.S. club.
“As cliche as it sounds, we met through an app. It was freshman year, and I was too shy to talk to you in person at first, so I would pull you up on my screen like a creep instead. It took me a long time to reach out to you, but after hearing some mutual friends talk about how great you were, I finally worked up the courage to ask you out.”
Last night, hundreds students arrived at Old Main’s lawn to celebrate the life of sophomore Tally Sepot and to support the sisters of Alpha Chi Omega.