Will Hackenberg rebound? Are there replacements for Mike Hull and Sam Ficken? We think so.
As my graduation loomed ever closer this spring, the fact I’m leaving one of my favorite places and some of my favorite people became more palpable, and assignments became increasingly less important. But despite knowing I was leaving, I couldn’t stop spending time working towards something I had been involved with for the past year: the development of a student farm at Penn State.
Now we all know the familiar words “The stately Nittany Lion, the symbol of our best!” That being the case, I’d easily argue that the terrible line on graduation weekend leading to a photo op with “the symbol of our best” plays host to some of the best quotes on campus. And the worst sunburns.
Noel’s senior column, is, well, something.
On any given day, you can see a near innumerable amount of strange things on campus, from students unicycling to class, to a guy in a red sweatshirt screaming at you about your sins, and even a girl putting a hat on a squirrel. Recently, however, some students may have seen something even stranger: a human-sized blue bear walking around campus.
Jesse Altmire, Aubree Biggs, Andrea Forster, and Addie Jackson were one of three groups in the country to present its findings.
The mint green application is relatively straightforward: It features a page filled with 200 character maximum, anonymous posts. In between the dozens of expressions of sexual angst and harmless jokes, however, there are posts written by students who abuse the opportunity for perceived anonymity.
Imagine: Before the controversy of State Patty’s Day, and even before Arts Fest became a drunken tradition, there existed a Penn State holiday devoted entirely to drinking and fundraising, one that was wholly supported by university officials, charities, and students.
From a two-minute drill in Ireland, to a third-period hat trick at Pegula Ice Arena, to a surprise pop cultural icon at a mid-January basketball game, here are our staff picks for the year’s best moments in Penn State sports.
Seven former Nittany Lions were added on as UDFA signings or received tryout offers from NFL teams.
Hundreds of seniors took off their clothes and made their way down Mifflin last night. We asked why.