Remember that time Levels opened? Oh, wait. It still hasn’t happened yet. There was yet another delay today in the widely anticipated grand opening of Levels Nightclub when their plumbing system backed up. A post on their Facebook account this afternoon informed potential parties of the plumbing plight, apologizing for the delay, which has become a pattern as this is now their second canceled premier.
Author Zach Berger
EDM superstar Sebastian Ingrosso, one-third of supergroup Swedish House Mafia, performed at the Bryce Jordan Center last night along with openers Alesso, a rising star in the genre, and David Solano, a regular Dayglow DJ. It was no surprise to see Solano, as the event, named State of Emergency, was hosted by Dayglow’s parent company, Committee Entertainment.
Seven freshmen, four sophomores, two juniors, and one senior. There’s no doubt that the Penn State Nittany Lions men’s basketball team is young. The majority of the players we’ve seen take the court this season will be here for at least the next two years. Like it or not, there won’t be very many changes to the roster during the coming offseason.
There’s no reason to search for talent when it’s staring you right in the eye, which has been the case for most of THON 2012 as various local artists have had the opportunity to perform on the BJC stage, and they’ve kept the energy level inside the Bryce Jordan Center sky-high.
I don’t think that I made it through more than an hour of THON last year before boredom took over and I ventured back to East Halls. But after just a few caffeine-powered hours in the Bryce Jordan Center and a trip down to the floor, my perspective on the world’s largest student-run philanthropy has taken a complete turn. I finally get it. And that’s thanks to a conversation with Dancer #181, senior elementary education major Owen Divers, a Phi Mu Alpha dancer that’s dedicated a ton of time to the event during his four years at Penn State.
Local State College rock band My Hero Zero took the stage at the Bryce Jordan Center just after 5 a.m., ready to wake up the crowd with unique covers that encompassed the entire musical spectrum, from ‘N Sync and Avicii to the Beatles and Bon Jovi. The group, which benefits from a Jaegermeister sponsorship, has been donating iTunes song sales to THON for the past month. They opened with a “Living on a Prayer” cover, took a trip down memory lane with “Bye, Bye, Bye” and “Larger Than Life”, and appealed to the electronic crowd with “Levels” and “Party Rock Anthem” covers.
Arianna Huffington, founder and editor-in-chief of the award-winning Huffington Post, spoke to Penn State students Thursday night in the Eisenhower Auditorium about the importance of leadership and the role that a good night’s sleep plays in discovering your inner leader. The acclaimed Greek writer gave a lighthearted speech, even asking for the lights to be turned up just minutes in, but she had a strong message.
The creators of DAYGLOW announced tonight that the world’s largest paint party would be making a trip to Happy Valley in April, but that’s not the only bomb they dropped. Just a few days before State Patty’s Day, on Thursday, February 23rd, superstar DJ’s Sebastian Ingrosso and Alesso will grace State College with their presence with what should be a great night of music at the Bryce Jordan Center.
The Nittany Lions fencers hope for another good performance on Saturday in the Penn State Invitational, coming off the men’s team’s second place finish at the St. Johns Invitational last weekend. This weekend’s tournament, to be held in the White Building, will kick off at 8:30 a.m. as the Nittany Lions host squads from Penn, Duke, Drew, Haverford, Johns Hopkins, and UNC.