Month: March 2011

Lil Wayne and Young Money Stop at BJC

Last night, Young Money and crew brought their shit to the BJC in their “I am Music 2” tour featuring Travis Barker, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj and Weezy. If you were one of the thousands of students there, you saw how epic the show was with special guests, fireballs and fireworks and a hell of a lot of songs we hadn’t heard in years.

Spanier to Head Up BCS Task Force After Fiesta Bowl Scandal

It’s official. I’m convinced Graham Spanier is a superhero fighting for “truth, justice, and the Penn State way.” In between battling budget cuts, overseeing our massive university, and jammin’ on his washboard, G-Span has managed to find time to head up the task force responsible for determining the future of the Fiesta Bowl.

School of Music to Deliver Powerful Epic

Those looking to get a little more cultural sophistication in between the bass-driven live music phenomena of rap superstars gracing State College this spring need look no further. Classical music lovers are being treated to Verdi’s Requiem on Sunday.

Four Penn State Athletes Charged In State Patty’s Day Fight

Two football players and two basketball players were charged with disorderly conduct stemming with a State Patty’s Day fight State College police announced on Wednesday. Football players Curtis Drake and Derrick Thomas and basketball players Taran Buie and Tre Bowman were all charged in association with the altercation which took place in Cedarbrook Apartments on the evening of February 28th.

Penn State Wins Two; Nears Regular Season Title

The Penn State men’s volleyball team traveled to New Jersey last weekend and came away with two sweeps over conference foes. With the victories, the Nittany Lions are just one win away from their 27th EIVA regular season title. Penn State will hope to earn that win against George Mason on Saturday.

Bath Salts: Bad for Health, Good for Business

Ivory Wave, Vanilla Sky, White Rush- these are not discreet code names for coke or the next bad Nicholas Cage movie. They are brands of bath salts, the legal spazz that has been putting people in intensive care and business owners in a tough spot.

The Beelzebubs Join NOTA for All-Star A Cappella

Fresh off competing at Rutgers in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Mid-Atlantic Semifinals, Penn State’s oldest co-ed a cappella ensemble, None of the Above or colloquially, NOTA, will perform this Saturday alongside Tufts University’s premiere a cappella group, the Beelzebubs.

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