Author Leo Dillinger
With the growing popularity of Penn State’s World Campus, one student founded an online club to network with fellow Penn Staters.
16 seniors from the Penn State Graphic Design program will showcase their video projects at the Film Follies tomorrow night, April 5 at 7 p.m. in 100 Thomas.
The Film Follies are a 43-year tradition orchestrated by award-winning professor and graphic design guru, Lanny Sommese
Penn State alumnus Lee Goldstein (’04) and his twin brother, Mike, launched a Kickstarter campaign yesterday to promote their new animated television series, called “Zoo University.”
Last week, several concert announcements were made, featuring a wide variety of artists. Although we’re still waiting for the weather to get warmer, here are seven tracks that prove these shows are sure to make your spring semester a little brighter.
Levels Nightclub just announced that Papadosio, Huey Mack, and Tyler Sherritt will perform at State Fest, Penn State’s newest music festival. The show is on Saturday, May 3 at Sidney Friedman Park.
Instrument looping master Keller Williams will begin his solo tour at the State Theatre tonight, March 21, 2014 at 9 p.m. Tickets are on sale for $25 and the doors open at 8 p.m.
R&B singer and former Fugees member Ms. Lauryn Hill will stop by the Bryce Jordan Center on Sunday, May 4, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are currently listed from $47.50 to $85 and will be going on sale this Thursday, March 20, 2014 at 10 a.m.
Go Go Gadjet never disappoints during their annual THON performance, especially since they are the last band of the weekend.
My Hero Zero serenaded the Bryce Jordan Center at THON 2014 with a set list packed with popular covers.
Professor Toby Thompson discusses Bob Dylan, his latest novel, and the art of creative nonfiction in this profile.
Levels Nightclub will be hosting Badfish, the be-all, end-all Sublime tribute band, on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 for a night of ska-sational music.
Penn State researchers in the fields of chemistry and engineering have developed the first nanomotors capable of being controlled inside living human cells.
Students, Alumni, Faculty, lend me your ears! Yes, it’s Monday again. The start of a new week may be tough to get through, but don’t be scared. Music Monday is here to make your life a little bit easier. These six tracks have been meticulously chosen for your listening pleasure. So turn on, tune in, and drop out as you let the music sink into the caverns of your mind.
Music Monday is back. Half of you opened this post for the sake of breaking away from the usual cog-in-the-machine routine of life to be entertained by my words and the music I present to you. The other half will whine because the songs I chose for this week don’t meet your aesthetic standards. If the latter is dissatisfied with the list I’ve made, send any suggestions for Music Monday tracks to [email protected] Now, here are nine relevant songs from this past week.
Josh Johnson, a Penn State senior, has tap danced his way through school in order to afford tuition. Now he wants to perform with Jay-Z.