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Wayne Hoffman to Put a Spell on Happy Valley

Ah, syllabus week. It comes around but once a semester. A time to pretend our classes or GPA don’t matter. A time when the library doesn’t even exist. Most importantly, a time where we try to cram in as much non-academic “stuff” as we possibly can.

On the hunt for something to do? Penn State’s Student Programming Association, that’s SPA for all of you acronym lovers, (idk, my bff Jill?) has reeled world famous mentalist and illusionist Wayne Hoffman into Happy Valley. Wayne has been rated one of the top ten entertainers in his field, not to mention his appearance on countless television shows (Ask your mom – she saw him on The Ellen DeGeneres Show).

He will perform his “Mind Candy” show in Heritage Hall on Tuesday night from 8-10 PM. Wayne’s mind-effing tricks include him ingesting razor blades, pulling a little piece of paper out of his shoe with exactly what you were thinking on it, and just some good old-fashioned trippy mind reading. If you’re still on the fence about going, I’d highly suggest it. Who knows, maybe you can touch him and officially join the “I want to touch Wayne Hoffman” Facebook group.  I’d highly suggest checking out this show. Did I mention he eats razor blades?

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