Drunk, Sober, High
Ever wonder what schizophrenia actually looks like? Well, you'd be about as close as you could get if you witnessed (but didn't participate in) the SOMA MP3 Experiment this past weekend. Read on to see a video of the experiment!
For the first time since 2008, faculty and staff members who use on-campus lots will see an increase in parking fees.
According to the Department of Public Information, the extra fees will be allocated to help cover growing costs of parking lot construction and management.
Yesterday afternoon, the Panhellenic Council asked its member sororities to cancel all socials scheduled for that night. Instead of the socials, the PHC held an emergency meeting to address issues of risk management stemming from the hospitalization of multiple new sorority members due to alcohol poisoning.
House shows are one of those unique musical experiences that change a person's perspective of live music. There's an intimacy about them that offers the crowd a sense of comfort and seems to bring the group closer together. Last night was no exception.
The minute Koji started to play for the small crowd gathered in 221 E. Park Ave, a silent calm seemed to settle over everyone present. It was a performance, but one in which the audience felt perfectly at home to chime in and add to the conversation.
It was a busy evening for the University Park Undergraduate Association, which passed two resolutions and one policy, all by substantial margins.
Penn State Field Hockey went on a scoring tear this past weekend, beating Iowa 5-3 and Monmouth 7-2.