Drunk Sober High
It has been a few years since I got caught up in the hoopla of buying something at midnight. My last late-night purchase was one of the Harry Potter books; Half-Blood Prince, I believe. But, being as I have nothing else to do while I sit in Kentucky wasting away in a research project all summer, I decided to go out and grab NCAA Football 11 from EA Sports along side of a few other of the Bluegrass State's finest Tuesday morning.
More on the Penn State's (virtual) lineup after the jump.
The building of a new biobehavioral health building will close parts of, and for a while, the entire HUB lawn, for the foreseeable future. While the new building, approved by the Board of Trustees last Friday, will add 93,500 square feet to the College of Health and Human Development, one of the most widely-used parts of campus will, though temporarily, no longer exist as we know it.
Read on for more on the construction and what this means for Frisbee, tanning and spring music festivals.
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