Author Caitlin Gailey
Chuck Lawless was at Cafe 210 West to watch the Go-Go’s perform. A senior with no interest in finding a serious relationship had his plans derailed when he met Sydney Moser.
Ron and Bobbie Graziano fell in love in an RV on the way to a National Championship game. However their story doesn’t start out like most. It includes a dorm covered in tinfoil, a roommate, and the Shandygaff. 27 years later they decided to share their story.
If you have grown up visiting Penn State, it’s almost guaranteed you’ve taken your fair share of pictures at the Lion Shrine. Now is the time to share them! We want to see you growing up at the Lion, so submit your pictures to us and there is a chance you could appear in a future post.
Penn State plans to implement Starfish, an innovative advising software that emphasizes communication between student and advisor. The software will be put into effect in May.
This Sunday, November 15, the Lionettes will host their first annual Mr. Lionette Pageant, with all proceeds benefitting THON.
The fraternity Delta Kappa Epsilon is hosting a fundraiser that will take place Sunday, November 8th, from 12 pm-6pm at their house on 328 East Foster Avenue. The money is being raised in support of their brother who is battling cancer.
Penn State’s Ballet Club, Volé, is hosting its annual Dance Organization “Tis’ The Season” Showcase this Friday, Nov. 6. The showcase will include performances by several student dance companies.
Sophomore Shawn Fox released his debut album this week, with the majority of the proceeds from sales being donated to THON. He performed less than a year ago at THON’s Got Talent, and has found another way he can give back to the cause.
Fall air, free food, live country music, gym sports, and more will be featured outside of the IM Building this Thursday for the Lion Ambassadors’ Fall Harvest Fest. Oh, and there’s going to be a Ferris wheel.
This past July Junior Brian Hughes won the Collegiate National Pistol Championship while competing at NRA Outdoor National Matches. He has been competing since he was a freshman in high school, but has found great success in a short period of time.
This Saturday Penn State football will kick off it’s long anticipated home opener against Buffalo. For those who intend to make the journey up to State College to support the Nittany Lions, it is important to note some recently announced traffic and parking changes.
When it comes to swiping right, it turns out that Penn State females are right-swiped the twenty-third most out of any school. We’d say sorry to the guys for not making the list, but really doesn’t that mean we should apologize to the ladies?
The involvement fair is a wonderful congregation of organizations all nestled in an environment filled with hope, excitement, and so many handouts you won’t know what to do with yourself. Whether it’s your first time or your fourth time, it can still get quite overwhelming. For four jam packed days, every club and organization under the sun will be on display in the HUB for you to explore and learn.
Coming off the release of their latest album, popular indie rock band Built to Spill will play The State Theatre in September.
If you’re a Penn State alumnus with a burning desire to recreate everything from your days as a student during Arts Fest, including your living arrangements, you’re in luck. As part of Arts Festival Alumni Weekend you can rent a room in West Halls, right in the center of the Arts Festival route.
Penn State Fitness Centers will welcome their one millionth visitor tomorrow, setting a new mark for an academic year.