Day: October 29, 2010

5 Songs for the Weekend

There’s been a lull in the music scene since all the summer music hits got overplayed or died out. It’s officially autumn now, and the fall rush for soon-to-be released albums has begun. As November rolls in, the albums that will rock your winter will be dropping and new music will grace all of our ears.

Michigan: Make Your Predictions Here!

De-nard. Rob-in-son.

Get used to hearing his name. As a quarterback, the kid has rushed for a nation-high 1,096 yards this season and gotten 9 touchdowns, making a serious run at the Heisman trophy. Rich Rodriguez and his Wolverines will stroll into Beaver Stadium without ever having beaten a Penn State team, but the dreadlocks himself (Robinson) will be looking to change that fate.

Penn State Halts Shot Glass Licensing

Finally coming to the realization that a University working to cut down on dangerous drinking should probably not be profiting from drinking paraphernalia, Penn State recently announced that it will no longer license shot glasses that say “Penn State” or have any University logos.

State College Kids Step Out for Halloween

Check out our pictures from last night’s Trick-or-Treat in State College! More after the jump.

HUB Titles: Inception

For most of us, “Inception” was the movie of the summer. It had everything: guns, slow motion and a confusing plot that people would post theories about on the Internet. Now it’s coming to the HUB.

Rally in the Valley Kicks Off Tonight

The Blue & White Society’s annual Rally in the Valley will be held tonight in Rec Hall following the Penn State women’s volleyball game. Join the Lionettes, cheerleaders and the Blue Band for a night full of Penn State Football pride! Coach Paterno will also be there, joined by members of the football team, to give a motivational speech to those in attendance.

Penn State Maintains High Athlete Graduation Rate

Fun fact for you all out there: Penn State athletes actually take classes here too! And as a matter of fact, they do pretty well in those classes, according to the NCAA, which released its graduation rate rankings on Wednesday.

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