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Day: November 2, 2009

Greek Sing 2009: Singing It Loud and Proud

More than fifty Greek organizations teamed up yesterday to present 19 abbreviated versions of famous Broadway musicals in Eisenhower Auditorium for Greek Sing 2009: Battle on Broadway. A few of the performances were cringe-worthy, but some were surprisingly good. The judges pickedĀ  the rendition of Mary Poppins by Zeta Tau Alpha, Phi Beta Sigma, and […]

Polaroid Pop Art at Palmer

Polaroid cameras may have been discontinued, but their pictures still hold a legacy. The Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy program was started by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts in 2007. The program, which donated 28,500 of Warhol’s Polaroids to various educational institutions, was designed, in the foundation’s own words, “to provide even greater […]

HUB + WiFi = No Internet?

I haven’t been on the internet in the HUB yet this semester, but apparently the Wi-Fi/VPN is not being friendly to the throngs of internet-hungry students. And while the HUB isn’t currently on ITS’s list of Wireless 2.0 locations, it might be worth it to get your computer set up for Wireless 2.0 so you’re […]

The Fourth Longest Win Streak in History

The #1 ranked women of Penn State Volleyball took on #7 Minnesota at Rec Hall. Alisha Glass set up Megan Hodge and Darcy Dorton as they dominated at the net and sent the Gophers back to their hole. They are now tied with UCLA Men’s Basketball for the 4th longest win streak in history. The […]

Dr. Finkelstein Speaks for Palestine

Norman Finkelstein will speak on campus tonight to discuss the the Palestine/Israel conflict. A pro-Palestinian scholar and orator, he supports the two-state solution, as do most nations. The Students for Justice in Palestine group, a sponsor of the event, hoped to locate a speaker with opposing viewpoints in order to facilitate a debate of sorts. […]

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