Author Maggie McGlinchy

Senior. Print Journalism Major, Spanish Minor. My only childhood memory involves me playing with a toy circus car.

0 Meet the Penn State Furries

When I made the descent into Irving’s basement, I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect. It was to be my first meeting with the Penn State Furries, the Happy Valley sector of the fan culture for people who like to, in its simplest form, dress up and pretend to be animals.

0 Silent Flag War is Waged Between THON Orgs

THON partners Kappa Kappa Gamma and Delta Chi as well as Pi Kappa Alpha and Kappa Alpha Theta have their own sets of flags that they have been waving. The orgs are standing right next to each other in the lower bowl but had no idea that they both would be bringing flag poles to THON.

0 15 Classes We Wish Were Offered at Penn State

Sure, we’ve all taken EGEE102 with Pisupati, GEOSCI010 with Richard Alley (RockOn!), or THEA100 with Rob Schneider (sigh), but what about other classes we wish we had? If Rutgers can get away with a class about Beyoncé and Bruce Springsteen we can get away with some novelty courses too, right?

0 Halloweekend Prop Bets: The Results

Halloweekend has come to a close whether you like it or not. We saw some popular page-worthy costumes, won against Illinois, and definitely didn’t go to class on Friday. But how did our prop bets do? Let’s find out!

0 Halloweekend 2013 Prop Bets

It’s Halloweekend at Penn State, which means Thirsty Thursday will involve more jungle juice than usual. Of course, Halloween in college is a holiday all in its own. It’s time for some prop bets.

0 What Does Your Coffee Shop Say About You?

The only way to get through college is to hook up a caffeine IV to yourself. Or take a lot of adderall. Most of us just grab coffee on our walk to class. But where exactly are you buying your coffee? It says a lot more about you than you think.

0 State College Class Superlatives: Bar Edition

The State College bar scene can feel like an enormous challenge to conquer when you first turn 21, but once you’ve been around the block a few times, they’re pretty easy to navigate. Here are my rankings after my first week bar hopping in Happy Valley — high school class superlative edition.

0 Advice From a Broad, Abroad

Now that I’ve been abroad for almost three months, I am an expert about all things Europe. Lucky for you, I want to impart some of my wisdom on those who are abroad now, about to go abroad this summer or those who want to or wished they enlightened themselves in Europe, just like me.

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