Day: December 6, 2010

Distraction of the Day: Four Loko Stories

Despite questions concerning its safety, the Four Loko craze continues on. The alcoholic energy drink  drink has swept both college campuses and the internet and has been the source for a plethora of content for humor sites, such as this previous Distraction.

Lady Lions Keep Unbeaten Home Record Alive

The Penn State women's basketball team improved to 7-2 overall and a perfect 3-0 at home with a 76-68 victory over Texas Tech in the inaugural Big Ten/Big 12 challenge. The Lady Lions led the entire way and were led by Mia Nickson's double-double.

Green Man Visits the Nittany Lion Shrine [Just for Fun]

A while back, Onward State set out to make a video that incorporated one of Penn State's most recognizable landmarks: the Nittany Lion Shrine. Since then, we've been pretty busy and haven't found time to post it. As we start the last week of fall semester class today, take a break from your studies and check it out.

On a viral scale, is it 1918 Spanish flu or just a sore throat?

Icers Split With Delaware, Questions Remain Unanswered

How good is the Penn State men's hockey team? Are they the dominant force in ACHA that swept highly ranked Central Oklahoma and put 25 goals past Towson over two games in November? Or, are the Icers a mediocre team that has sustained home losses to Liberty and Ohio, while also getting dominated by Rhode Island this season?

The Icers had a chance to make a statement against third-ranked Delaware last weekend.

It’s a Wonderful Performance

The School of Theatre performed a state adaptation of the movie "It's a Wonderful Life" Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Pavilion Theatre.

Bo Yo

Bo Burnham Puts On a Real Show

From YouTube videos to Comedy Central Specials, Bo Burnham has really pulled himself together as the ultimate comedy package. He can sing, improvise, write incredibly witty lyrics, and is a hell of an entertainer. Friday night, Bo sold out the State Theatre, returning to Penn State after his first appearance in the spring of 2009.

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