Comedian Singer/Songwriter Bo Burnham will perform at the State Theatre on December 3rd, according to the comedian's website. Make sure to keep an ear out for details regarding this event; this 20-year-old comedian may be looking for a place to party after, and you don't want to miss out on offering him a place to crash.
Burnham, a graduate from high school in the class of 2008, is now the youngest comedian to be signed to Comedy Central records.
What we want to see from our university is a strong initiative taken BEYOND dirty energy and TOWARD a future of renewable, sustainable resources.
Eco-Action's letter to President Spanier is after the jump.
The Lady Lions came back from the West Coast with more baggage than they had hoped for in the form of two more losses on the season, as they dropped both games in the Nike Portland Classic over the weekend.
The beat was bumpin bumpin. The beat went boom boom. People were wearing glow sticks and hats made of balloons. Guys I didn’t know were giving me free stuff and a can of Spam was handing out tickets. There was a rock wall, Lady Gaga, and popcorn. I’m pretty sure I high-fived a clown at some point. Surprisingly, this actually wasn’t the worst drug trip ever experienced by man. No, it was Eisenhower’s annual Student Patio Party.
Well, I made it through my first career day experience alive and jobless (sorry mom). Recruiters from companies such as Lockheed Martin, Target, and Dick's Sporting Goods lined up their info booths and chatted up eager students on the brink of entering the real world.
According to a recent Wall Street Journal study, businesses are hiring more graduates from public universities than the Ivies and other small liberal arts school. At the number one spot for hires was ours truly, Penn State. Rounding out the top of the list was Texas A&M followed by the University of Illinois.