Day: October 27, 2009

LJ2K Isn’t P.C.

Johnson, son of defensive line coach Larry Johnson Sr., was once a point of pride for the Penn State football program – not only contending for the Heisman trophy in his senior year, but going to two Pro Bowls with NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs. Now? Not so much. His twitter antics and tendency to use […]

Maniac Barber Takes Over Schwab!

Well… kind of. Starting on Thursday the Penn State Thespians will be performing the Tony Award-winning musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Performances will run from Thursday Oct 29 – Saturday Oct 31, with nightly showings at 7:30 pm. There will be an additional matinee performance on Saturday at 2:00 pm. As […]

OSU White Out Shirt: “The Nutcracker: A Terrelle Cryer Story”

I know, I know. White Out shirt MANIA is occurring right now. It all seems so ridiculous, but I promise you this Ohio State White Out shirt is totally worth it. The Penn State Marketing Association (PSMA) puts together regular contests to design alternate White Out shirts for our bigger games (ex: Iowa shirt read, […]

The History of Peace

An upcoming exhibit on peace will be held in Penn State’s Pasquerilla Spiritual Center, which will spotlight the lives of  Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr. and Daisaku Ikeda through their words, photographs, and history. The exhibition’s main goal is to deliver a prominent message about individual leadership and the difference that one person can […]

Holy Moses!

For The pasT week, The Penn STaTe campus has been divided on The mosT conTroversial issue in recenT memory. HealThcare? Obama? Balloon boy? No, commenTs have been flying back and forTh concerning This year’s WhiTe ouT shirTs, sponsored by The Daily Collegian. So who sTarTed This conTroversy? Obviously some anTi-Collegian cabal, righT? No, The Collegian iTself posTed an […]

Senior Class of 2010 Gives Back Marsh Boardwalk

Today, at around 11 AM in the HUB, Penn State’s Senior Class Gift Committee announced that the class of 2010’s gift to the University would be the Marsh Meadow Boardwalk and Overlook at the Arboretum. “The boardwalk will serve as a ‘front door’ for pedestrians entering the Arboretum and contribute significantly to the Arboretum’s mission […]

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