Day: September 16, 2009

Help Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital Win an Ultimate Gameroom!

Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital is one of many children’s hospitals across the nation in the running to win an Ultimate Gameroom Experience FTK, says Penn State Live. Microsoft has partnered with Children’s Miracle Network to provide three Children’s Miracle Network pediatric hospitals with an Ultimate Gameroom experience — and you can help make sure […]

The Lion is Missing!

Penn State Libraries (@psulibs) Tweeted out a video about the Lion that is missing from Pattee Library. Check out the video on Vimeo and play the game to figure out where it is! The Nittany Lion is Missing! from psulibs on Vimeo. Click the link above to get more information about the game and see […]

Penn State Alumnus Mulls Presidential Bid

Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum announced yesterday during a Republican National Committee conference call that he was considering running for President of the United States in the upcoming 2012 election. He stated “the dynamic has changed. A lot of folks who might not have thought about running against an incumbent president” are now considering it. […]

Onward State Guesses Wrong on Beta’s Temporary Usage

Earlier this week, we posted what we thought the vacant Beta house should be used for. Some of our ideas seemed pretty darn good. Unfortunately, we were wrong on all counts. This was reported today by the Collegian: Schreyer Honors College Dean Christian Brady has signed on as a faculty adviser to the defunct Beta […]

Student Section Vet – Step It Up, Underclassmen

Penn State has been named the nation’s best student section by ESPN for three years running. We’re the home of the white-out, the crowd-surfing Nittany Lion, and over 22,000 thousand screaming students on game day. What’s not to love? If you ask Kelsie White, it’s the Freshmen: As a senior who’s been attending football games […]

SOMA Meeting Tonight: Vote or Die

SOMA (Students Organizing the Multiple Arts) will be holding one of its most important meetings of the year tonight. They will be voting on which artist should headline the music festival they plan to host later in the year. We can’t list the choices here, but those interested in bringing good music to State College […]