Clean off your shovels and spades and get your hands dirty. April 18 marks the grand opening for Penn State’s first ever community garden, co-created by the Center for Sustainability and the Sustainable Agriculture Club. The garden, located near Beaver Stadium, contains 98 individual plots, all of which have been claimed for the upcoming growing […]
In 2006, Lady Lion basketball coach Rene Portland garnered outrage when she was accused of removing guard Jennifer Harris from the team because of the player’s perceived sexual orientation. Portland had spoken out against recruiting gay athletes publicly in the past, and allegedly had harassed Harris because of her race and perceived gender preference. Academy […]
We have a few pictures from Movin’ On that we thought you might like to see. We’d love to hear what you thought of the event. Who was your favorite band? Least favorite?
When I first visited Penn State in my junior year of high school I took one of Penn State’s signature campus tours. While on the tour, I learned lots of interesting trivia like how President Clinton is the only person ever allowed to mix flavors at the Creamery and that there are over 700 students […]
What: Andy Ihnatko, a contributor CBS Early Show, Chicago Sun-Times, and the MacBreak Weekly podcast, will discuss using the Internet to build your own brand and how to be a successful content maker in a disconnected world. The lecture is being sponsored by the Magazine of IST and the Schreyer Honors College. More info is […]
If you are ever bored in class, chances are you’ve picked up a crossword puzzle to give you something to do, from time to time. Now, sometimes, you may be able to solve the puzzle without a problem, but other times, you are left with empty squares and no idea how to fill them. Luckily, […]