Day: April 30, 2009

Yeisley Joins The Ranks of Blogger-Athletes

We’re always glad to see someone embrace the emerging medium that society has come to known as the blog, and that goes double for the athletically talented. Redshirt Senior Jason Yeisley, a forward for the men’s soccer team recently started to chronicle the process of returning from two blown-out knees to play for the Nittany […]

Onward State Stories: A Young Conservative

Sam Settle is a freshman political science major who wasted no time this fall getting involved with the conservative groups on campus. He campaigned for John McCain in addition to joining up with College Republicans and Young Americans for Freedom. He also seems to be the go-to conservative for Collegian reporters. (That might partially be […]

Penn State Grad Travels To Iraq

Steven Levy, who got his Master’s Degree from Penn State in 1974 recently returned from a trip to Iraq.  Serving as the embedded journalist for a delegation made up of executives from major technology companies, Levy published an article about his experience. His article describes how representatives from Google, Twitter, YouTube, WordPress and AT&T among […]

Is Wallypalooza Kosher or Cronyism?

Recently, there has been a lot of controversy and back and forth over Wallypalooza. Most of the complaints have dealt with the lineup, namely the infamous Asher Roth. However, there is another element that has people ticked off, and even asking for UPUA President Gavin Keirans’ resignation. You see, Keirans is the roommate of the […]

Small Facebook Group Asks President to Resign

Approximately 50 people (mostly Penn State students, some alumni, 1 kid from the Delta Program) have joined a group created by Ethan Palmer that is called UPUA President Gavin Keirans Should Resign. Here’s their argument: The comments are a little confusing though. For instance, former SOMA President Tim Knapton says, To top it all off, […]

Hipster Howl: My Call for Comrades

I finally started my underground poetry circle, but it’s so underground that nobody knows about it.  And telling people about my poetry circle is definitely selling out to the man. Matilda and I broke up, not that we were actually dating. Her impetus?  She found Miley Cyrus tracks on my iPod.  I told her I […]

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