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Just because summer is over, doesn’t mean concerts are over too. Many artists are scheduled to perform at the Bryce Jordan Center this semester. Here’s a brief overlook of upcoming concerts at our beloved BJC.
There’s nothing quite like entering the decked out Beaver Stadium on a game day, surrounded by the sea of blue and white and the spirited screams booming from stand to stand.
The summer has finally come to an end and most of us are settling back into our lives here at Penn State. For some people, summer was spent working, taking classes and partying. For others it was spent laying on the beach all day reading books.
Zedd’s electronic beats drew in a crowd of multicolor-dressed concertgoers on Friday during his stop at Penn State as part of his “Moment of Clarity” tour.
Summer is the time to kick back, relax… and watch Netflix. When you’re not outside enjoying the summer sun, check out these awesome TV shows that are available instantly on Netflix:
As college students, it seems as if we’re constantly being told how young we are – but there are certain things that remind us just how long we have actually been around:
If your general outlook on life abides by peace and love, head on over to the Eisenhower Auditorium at 7:30 on Friday when the musical “HAIR” brings its peace-loving story to the stage.
With the summer season rapidly approaching, its time to stockpile a few books to read while soaking up the sun. Here are some of the most anticipated novels of Spring 2013, so keep an eye out for them.
For a lot of us, reminiscing on our “true 90s kid” childhood always entails talking about our favorite TV shows – from the developmental shows like “Blue’s Clues” to the awesome mysteries of “Scooby Doo”, we had the best shows to watch growing up.
Most people hope to keep their young, good looks for as long as humanly possible. But in Hollywood, change can keep you relevant when your stardom starts to simmer—especially when that change comes in the form of an extreme makeover.
Don’t you wish you had a soundtrack for your life? A never-ending string of songs fitting your mood/activity exactly? Yes, you could make a customized playlist by hand, but that takes a ton of time that your busy schedule can’t afford.
Hollywood has caught a case of fairy tale fever. In addition to movies like “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters” and “Jack the Giant Slayer”, which have already hit theatres, many other classic tales are getting the star treatment in the next few years.
Want to throw a “Game of Thrones” viewing party that would make even the House of Stark proud? Now you can with XFINITY4College Game of Thrones giveaway.
Who wants to follow celebrities who shamelessly clutter your Twitter-feed with promotional tweets or pictures of their dogs (*cough* Miley Cyrus *cough*). If you’re looking for a spark of interesting in your Twitter routine, check out these celebs.
Before you head out to the movies, take a quick look at your bookshelf. Chances are, you’ve probably read the book for whichever movie you’re planning on watching.
Music has evolved over time, but sometimes new isn’t always better. All songs have their own merits, but not all are created equal. Let’s compare a few old favorites to new tracks in a fierce old vs. new match-up.
Ever since the release of “Twilight” in 2008 (yeah, it really was that long ago) it seems like everywhere you turn, you’re likely to run into some kind of vampire movie or TV show merch. Chances are you just keep asking yourself, “When is this going to end?”
Remember “Bug a Boo”? “I Want It That Way”? What about “Cry Me A River”? In the midst of boy bands like One Direction and The Wanted creating new reasons for girls to throw their panties on the stage, the 90s can be heard yelling, “Don’t forget about me!”
Don’t get me wrong, ‘90s nickelodeon shows were the absolute best, but after remembering some of these series and other so-called “educational” shows we watched as kids, it’s a wonder our generation isn’t suffering from severe emotional trauma.