After our victory over Temple, this week’s Music Monday is all about sweet revenge and celebration.
Author Carolyn Popescu
Loving this summery State College weather? Be sure to embrace it while you can. Here are our favorite ways to enjoy Happy Valley outdoors.
How far have you gotten on our summer to-do list? (Hint: when it comes to preparation for Happy Valley, it takes much more than a three hour trip to WalMart.)
“Go out every Thursday during your freshman year because it literally doesn’t matter.”
Here’s everything you need to know about Penn State’s free music festival. Headlined by Walk the Moon and including performances by Nelly, Misterwives, X Ambassadors, Sammy Adams, and Cecil Blutcher, the concert will take over the IM Fields tonight starting at 3:30 p.m.
Whether you’re studying creative writing or aerospace engineering, you’ve gotta take ’em. Yep, we’re talking about gen eds.
“Each day, I spend so much time thinking about the ways that this organization can grow and continue to be a leader in the fight, and I know that the work we do today will eventually allow this terrible disease to be beaten.”
“Be yourself – nobody wants to subscribe to you if you’re emulating something that already exists and is successful. Don’t give up – it took me five years for my channel to be big enough to go full time. Do it for the right reasons.”
“State College’s underground music scene is booming. I’ve played a show almost every weekend this year at some venue or another.”
“Not a second went by that I didn’t wish I was in the BJC cheering all of them on” Hartman said, “Though I was in California, I definitely still felt that THON magic.”
Surely no one has time to throw in a load of laundry during THON. Because many of you will probably be fermenting in the same shirt for hours on end, here’s some advice to keep up your stank to a minimum.
It’s time to appreciate the THON Hospitality Committee: the team behind your beloved chicken baskets.
“What people don’t know about Power Remix is that there’s tons of aerobics. It’s just disguised in moves that feel like you’re dancing.”
With positions like Buzzfeed Vice President and Huffington Post Executive Director under his belt, you would think entertainment industry leader Terry City was a natural Angeleo.
This year the Movin’ On team took submissions from juniors in the graphic design program. After deliberating numerous suggestions, the team selected a design by Katelyn Nellis. Nellis, one of Movin’ On’s graphic design chairs, created a logo depicting Movin’ On’s title printed on an old-school Volkswagen Van.
Cold War Kids brought their subdued, indie vibes to Alumni Hall last night.
Surely you have your go-to Creamery flavor, but do you know the real inside scoop behind its name?