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For not being able to "see past his shades," B.o.B's performance last night at the Bryce Jordan Center wowed fans, despite some timing issues.
For the first time since 1992, Penn State will send a true freshman behind center to take the first snap of the season as it was announced Robert Bolden will start Saturday against Youngstown State.
All this week we will be highlighting the Interfraternity Council’s rush events. This is part three of a five part series.
Wednesday brings us to Zone 3.
The chapters in Zone 3 are: Pi Kappa Phi, Delta Chi, Delta Tau Delta, Kappa Delta Rho, Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Kappa Theta, Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Alpha Mu, Sigma Chi, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Theta Delta Chi, Tau Phi Delta
Check after the jump to see some of the events being held tonight.
The speakers for TEDxPSU were announced today on The Lion 90.7fm at 5pm. On the whole, they are a diverse group of very talented individuals. Biographical information about each of the speakers can be found after the jump.
Additionally, attendee registration for the event has begun. You can register on their website.
Let us know who you are most excited to see.
The Women's Rugby World Cup is the premier competition for female rugby players. This year's competition features two Penn State alumnae, Claudia Knudsen-Braymer (2002) and Kim Magrini (2004), on a United States team that has seen success in prior years.
And you thought you were having a rough year! Take a look at Meteorology professor Michael Mann's. Mann was the subject of a recent Virginia court case that focused on his time spent at the University of Virginia and grants he may have used in his climate research. The Virginia Attorney General, Kenneth Cuccinelli, lost his case forcing UVA to disclose the grant documents, but Mann still might not be out of the woods.
Read on to see what could be next for Mann...