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Monthly Archives: February, 2016
State College Police reported an increase in essentially all crime statistics for State Patty’s Day 2016, which were practically double the 2015 numbers.
“Bring THON out into the world. Realize you have the power to find a community working towards a common good. Realize you have the power to create a community working towards a common good,” Devon Werkeiser writes in a message to THON volunteers.
Centre LifeLink EMS calls over State Patty’s Weekend were the highest since 2013.
State Patty’s Day came and went, but a few unlucky students were left with some hefty fines after hosting a weekend daylong. They started a GoFundMe to help foot the bill, and we want to help spread the message.
Anthony Zettel’s stellar NFL Combine performance didn’t just benefit him. His 28 bench press reps generated $6,159 for Uplifting Athletes.
The BJC was electric on Friday night with stellar performances from Jason Aldean and company on the “We Were Here” tour.
No. 6 women’s lacrosse suffered its first loss of the season in Saturday’s matchup against No. 7 Virginia at Klöckner Stadium. Even after outscoring the Cavaliers in the second half, the Nittany Lions ended up on the losing side of the 16-13 battle.
Penn State baseball traveled to Columbia, South Carolina to take on its first ranked opponent. The Nittany Lions couldn’t pull through and dropped all three games against the Gamecocks 7-1, 16-5, and 4-2.
The Nittany Lions endured a tough weekend, going 4-7 despite strong showings from women’s hockey and men’s volleyball.
This wasn’t an old act forcing his new songs on his fans — this was Weezy himself throwing it back to when he could truthfully claim he was the “best rapper alive.”
While perhaps not a return to its most destructive peak, State Patty’s Day returned to Penn State with a level of raucousness not seen since at least 2012. Crime numbers won’t be out until Tuesday, but it’s safe to say the massive sea of green shirts downtown on Saturday exceeded the pseudo-holiday’s depleted prominence from the past several years.
Tom Izzo and the Michigan State Spartans had no mercy in steamrolling Penn State 88-57. Three Nittany Lions fouled out, and head coach Pat Chambers was ejected in the first half.
The sixth annual TEDxPSU conference will bring together leading thinkers and innovators in the community for a one day speaker series starting at 10 a.m. today (here’s a great history lesson from its founder). We’ll be blogging throughout the day from Schwab Auditorium, so check back often for updates.
At least two locals bars have closed their doors to the public early due to rowdy State Patty’s Day patrons. The Phyrst and Cafe 210 West closed at about 7 p.m. Saturday.
The Penn State Board of Trustees held its first meeting of the new year at Penn State Hershey Friday afternoon. The trustees powered through a packed agenda where they voted on construction projects, passed the long-awaited strategic plan, and heard some good news about the university’s credit.
According to Business Insider, Penn State’s alumni network is one of the most active in the nation and one of the most likely to help students find a job.
The Aa1 rating brings Penn State back to where it used to be — the university improved from Aa2 to Aa1 November 2011 before being downgraded from the $59.7 million as a result of settlements following the Sandusky scandal.
Alpha Phi is not being punished from the Panhellenic Council after a member posted an Instagram with a vulgar caption during a social media competition sponsored by the council to benefit THON.
The Center for Women Students offers RAD self-defense classes among other resources to help the female student body population.
Penn State’s Second Floor Stand Up comedy club meets every Tuesday at 9 p.m. in 113 Carnegie Cinema, travels to cities over various school breaks to spit flow, and hosts open mics in various downtown apartments.