Out of the dozens of entries that Penn State’s Tailgate of the Year received, they are finally down to the top six finalists! You can vote for your favorite tailgate once every 24 hours, up until November 2nd. Here’s a quick guide to the top six finalists.
Author Megan Swiatkowski
Every once in a while, the running buddy can’t make it, your music isn’t getting you pumped to run, or you are lacking motivation to get a hard run in. Luckily, outside motivation can exist through Penn State’s lovely public transportation system, AKA the Blue and White Loops.
Tucked away under lock and guard in the Eisenhower University Police station lies a little-known vault full of students’ guns and weapons.
After countless times of being shanked by the metal chains lining the sidewalks thanks to groups not moving over, after countless times of being late to class because it was impossible to pass the texter walking aimlessly ahead, and after, dare I say it, countless indecisive, awkward passing issues, there has been enough sidewalk crime. It’s time to take action and end terrible walking habits all over Penn State!
No Refund Theatre presents its first show of the season, The Girl Who Fell Through A Hole In Her Sweater. Show times are at 8:00 on Thursday and Friday night and 10:00 on Saturday Night in 111 Forum. Tickets are free and seating is on a first-come/first-serve basis.
Students who want to be part of the inaugural hockey season in Happy Valley will get their chance on September 10. Student season ticket for the 16 home games will go on sale in the HUB that day for $128, or $10 for individual game tickets.
There may not be a Football Eve celebration this year, but the athletic department is doing its best to get students excited for the start of the season in four days.
A few randomly selected Penn State students, faculty and staff will receive an email request to complete an online pilot culture survey about ethics and values so that Penn State can create an “aspirational document representing the type of university we want to be.”
It’s early Sunday morning after the final Saturday night of Penn State’s Spring semester, and on frat row one would expect to see all the walk-of-shamers making their way back one more time before the summer; but instead something quite different is happening.
Leonard Bernstein’s Mass is coming to Penn State. Mass will be performed as part of a collaboration between Penn State’s School of Music, School of Theatre and Center for the Performing Arts, at 7:30 p.m. on April 5th and 6th and 2:00 p.m. on April 6th in the Eisenhower Auditorium.
Every “All Sinner’s Eve,” or Thursday, Gary Cattell preaches outside the Willard Building, just like he has been doing for the past 30 years. We decided to ask the Willard Preacher a few questions about his thoughts on Easter, and how students celebrate the religious holiday.
Most schools want students to stay for the fourth year and to pay another year’s worth of tuition, even if you can graduate in three. If you were wondering how to graduate in three years, Onward State has no reservations about telling Penn Staters how to get more bang for their buck.
Penn State students scattered across the globe last week and shared their spring break photos with Onward State. The winner has been announced!
Penn State’s Kinesiology Club is hosting their 13th annual 5K Challenge at 10:00 a.m. this Sunday, March 17 starting in front of the Business Building Lawn. Registration is $15 and you can turn in your form and money on race day from 8:30-9:30 a.m. or to the Kines Department in 270 Rec Hall. The first 150 people who register are eligible for a free T-shirt.
State College Community Theatre’s stunningly pink performance of Legally Blonde the Musical opened on Friday night at 8 p.m. and continued on Saturday with a 2 p.m. matinee and an another show at 8 p.m. All performances took place in front of a sold out crowd.