Archive for November, 2010
Today, secretly distributed by undercover assassins, Phroth’s Fall magazine will be distributed across campus.
In honor of the 2010 Fall (It’s now Winter) release of the Phroth magazine, a party will be held in the Carnegie Cinema at 9 PM on Thursday. Performances will be held by Second Floor Stand Up and Full Ammo Improv Troupe.
Check out the Facebook event of this decade-old comedy publication.
Come support Phroth, enjoy some free comedy, and get your own issue of the Fall magazine!
What do we think of when we hear the name of a particular group on campus? This is exactly what Penn State students discussed at last night’s Diversity Roundtable convened by the University Park Undergraduate Association’s Student Life and Diversity Committee. The roundtable brought students of all races and backgrounds, representing numerous student organizations to the HUB to answer this question in the context of “diversity and campus media.”
Looking for a new game addition to add to your iPhone collection? IST assistant professor Will McGill might have you covered.
THON is expanding beyond the world of Facebook fan pages and Twitter to complete a social media trifecta with its new blog, aimed to educate volunteers and donors about different aspects of the philanthropy. There have already been interview posts with Overall Chairperson Kirsten Kelly and members of the Overall Committee, inspirational videos, and an insider’s look into the Donor and Alumni Relations committee.
If you’re anything like me, rock climbing ranks right up there with shark wrestling and dating Paris Hilton on your list of “Activities that are Hazardous to my Health.” The Penn State Outing Club seeks to rectify the situation by hosting the Penn State stop of the Fifth Annual Reel Rock Tour tonight in the HUB.
The Penn State women’s volleyball team split their final two games of the season by sweeping Iowa and losing a five-set thriller to Minnesota last weekend. On Sunday, the Nittany Lions earned the fourth seed in the NCAA Tournament, meaning that they would host four games en route to the final four.
Coach Ed DeChellis was hoping his players wouldn’t come out of the gates flat on Sunday afternoon after a tough loss to Ole Miss less than 48 hours before. David Jackson got the hint.
It was bound to be asked at some point during Joe Paterno’s weekly press conference. The question on everyone’s mind ended up being the first one asked.
JoePa announced his plans to return to the sidelines for a 46th season in 2011 on Tuesday
Jeff Brooks must have channeled his inner Christian Laettner for Monday night’s performance. The standout senior forward scored 21 points, shooting 7-7 from the field and 6-6 from the free-throw line, and helped Penn State defeat the Blue Devils of Central Connecticut State 77-61.
Both the men’s and women’s cross country teams had solid days Monday running at the NCAA Cross Country Championships.
For the first time since 1994, both the Penn State men’s and women’s team made it to the national meet. The women finished 26th overall, with the men placing 30th.
After much speculation from members across the Penn State community, Penn State Live has confirmed that the residence halls at University Park will open at 5 p.m. this Friday, November 26. Previously the university was promoting that dorms would not be open until 8 a.m. on Saturday, November 27.
The Penn State Lady Lions opened up an early lead thanks to hot shooting, but it was their defense that earned them a hard-fought 78-48 victory over South Carolina this weekend.
Hollywood rests for nobody and also knows that holidays are the best time to get your money. So, after getting fat on turkey, watching the Detroit Lions lose again, and/or being mauled by Black Friday shoppers, you and the family can spend quality time together not talking while watching a movie.