The LION 90.7fm WKPS is up for the 2011 mtvU Woodie Award for the Best College Radio Station. The mtvU Woodie Awards are an annual awards show catered to the college music market, featuring categories like 'Woodie of the Year' and 'Breaking Woodie.'
President Zach Zimbler says that last year, the radio station placed in the top 10 but did not walk away with the big prize. He's hard set on getting them to finish first this year though. Check out the teaser they made to promote the award (spoiler alert: 'Woodie' puns are enthusiastically embraced).
So if you want to support Penn State student radio, head on over to the award website and vote for WKPS.
You've just spent the past three months spending every dollar you have flying home to see your family on Thanksgiving... only to discover that your family went to Florida for the holiday... and forgot to tell you. Or shelling out thousands for a wedding ring to propose on Christmas morning... only to have it thrown in your face because it was too small. Or paying hundreds to ensure you jump the line at the club you chose for New Year's Eve... only to find that the girl you were kissing was a guy.
But for those brave male soldiers who still want to venture out of their bat caves, here are a few suggestions and tips to keep in mind when you try to decide where to bring your date.
So you're looking for a cheap pong table for your new and (unfortunately) unfurnished apartment. Or perhaps your printer just crapped out on you, but money is tight. Or maybe you really want an industrial-size food mixer because... um... maybe you've decided to run a bakery out of your dorm room? Nevertheless, what is a cash-strapped college kid to do? Two words: Lion Surplus.
Michigan State gave the Nittany Lions the boot off the proverbial bubble Thursday night after thoroughly taking care of business at the Breslin Center, downing Penn State, 75-57.
In a battle of the Big Ten's best, the #23 Lady Lions fell to the visiting #11 Michigan State Spartans, 60-49. Sophomore forward Mia Nickson led the team with 22 points on 6-12 shooting, but was one of just two Lady Lions in double figures, along with star freshman Maggie Lucas (15 points).
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