A Glimpse From the HUB. Photographed in the HUB. (Duh.) A floral print dress to welcome spring. It’s a lovely sight, especially when paired with an equally lighthearted scarf and a well-cut peacoat. Black tights and flats help round out this “not a Prom dress but still looks great” outfit. It’s nice and casual but […]
The event post for what he is referring to is here. According to the Guardian, Galloway had been banned from speaking in Canada based on sections of the country’s immigration act. The spokesman for the Immigration Minister said, We’re going to uphold the law, not give special treatment to this infandous street-corner Cromwell who actually […]
Remember when, right after November’s election, President Barack Obama said that he wanted to see a eight-team college football playoff rather than the BCS determine the NCAA national champion? If you’re anything like me, you wrote it off as a great P.R. move by the administration – getting that coveted “I’d like to have a […]
The athletics department is offering a sweet deal for students who want to watch Penn State play at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday evening. $20 gets you transportation and a ticket to the game. The package goes on sale tomorrow at 10:00 am for season ticket holders and at 12:00 pm for all other students. […]
The UPUA Election Commission produced video platforms with each of the Presidential candidates. They are both informative and well-produced, so props to the commission. Nick Borsuk & Katherine Paseka Check out the other two after the jump.
What: In conjunction with Pride Week, No Refund Theatre is presenting “The Laramie Project,” a documentary piece that chronicles life in Laramie, Wyoming, in the year following the assault and death of Matthew Shepard in 1998. Where: Forum Building, Room 111 When: 9:00 pm on Thursday March 26, 8:00 pm on Friday March 27 and […]