Well ladies, it's that time again to show off your sexiness. M.O.O.D. Magazine is looking for a dead sexy model like you for the front cover of its next issue.
So give it a whirl! Just e-mail Senior Fashion Market Editor Mairys Joaquin - [email protected] - with your photo (I heard the provocative ones make the top of the pile) and your resume (as goes with the intelligent ones) no later than 5 p.m. on March 19.
Mairys Joaquin was also the President of the Panhellenic Council (PHC) at Penn State, so that's pretty neat.
Last night Flogging Molly, with help from opener Scythian, showed Penn State the true meaning of St. Patrick's Day: being Irish, drunk, and pissed-off.
Things got off to a late start, after an overtime set-up, but Scythian quickly got the crowd dancing. Their set, while short, was solid, mixing celtic rock, creole, and an inventive medley of rap covers. The highlight may have been hearing Biz Markie's "Just a Friend" played on accordion. This was not the band's first show at Penn State, and I hope it's not their last. It'd be great to hear them play a longer set.
The show really got underway once Flogging Molly took the stage. Read on for more details and lots of pictures!
Whenever I watch any of the Indiana Jones movies, I can't help but think how cool it would be to live as this Harrison Ford character (excluding the last movie). I'd get to go on quests, have adventures, make discoveries. Apparently Jim L-G had the same idea and decided to set of on a journey of epic proportions. He made up his mind to find the oldest printed ampersand. At Penn State.
Read on to find out more about this intellectual quest...
With spring break and election season approaching quickly, the businesses conducted at last night's University Park Undergraduate Assembly meeting will be the basis for at least the next month of the assembly's governance.
The most major result of last night's meeting was the announcement of the new name for UPUA's spring concert. Wallypalooza no more, it will now be known as LAST CALL.
The assembly also debated options for repurposing the space currently occupied by the Corner Pocket and funding for the Spring Academic Council.
Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to sit down with THON 2010 Overall Chairperson Caitlin Zankowski to talk about her experiences heading up the world's largest student-run philanthropy. Sitting around a table in 210 HUB, where so many crucial decisions regarding THON and its direction are made, we talked about her experiences as Overall Chair and where she would like to see THON go in the future.
Read on for the full interview.
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