Month: August 2010
Joining a fraternity or sorority at Penn State is a big decision that will affect you for the rest of your college career and beyond. In order to ensure that you choose to join the correct organization, the Interfraternity Council has organized Rush Week. Rush Week is filled with events and information sessions for potential members. All events are dry and aim to focus on the brotherhood aspects of fraternities, rather than the more apparent social ones.
Read on to find out more about tonight’s rush activities…
Pre-season practices officially concluded on Friday and with that, Joe Paterno and his coaching staff should be pretty much done evaluating players and getting ready to focus on Youngstown State, the first opponent of the 2010 season.
Find out more about the Quarterback position announcement after the jump…
Homework may start piling up, but don’t go off like State College Spikes skipper Gary Robinson.
Check out the video after the jump.
Students on the off-campus email list-serve received an announcement over the weekend informing them about a newly established Alcoholics Anonymous program offered through the Division of Student Affairs at Penn State University.
Read more about the initiative after the jump.
Don’t be alarmed if you get a knock on your door from the police Tuesday night; you’re not in trouble yet.
Police officers are just one component of teams of Penn State leaders participating in the LION (Living In One Neighborhood) Walk.
Read for more details about the Walk!
The women’s volleyball team started off the season strong in North Carolina in a busy sports weekend that also saw action in men’s soccer, women’s soccer and field hockey.
Read on for a recap