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Day: March 2, 2011

Astronaut & Spacey: Hump Day Hip-Hop

Sick of Wiz and Weezy always making the party play list? I know we are. There are plenty of other hip-hop artists making waves at clubs and smoke sessions around the universe. We decided to give those underground rhymesters some props. Astronaut and Spacey take off into the uncharted land of the less-known rappers for this week's installment of Hump Day Hip Hop.

Natty Nittany: Going Gray

Thank goodness the weather is getting a little nicer around Happy Vally, because the bleak fashion landscape over the last few months has been killing me. Even though spring has not quite sprung, it's great to see people walking about in clothes that don't make them look like giant blobs of down feathers with lamb skin stumps poking out of the bottom. My despair is most likely attributed to re-watching all six season of Sex in the City; maybe Miss Carrie Bradshaw has been setting my standards too high. But I needed something to cheer up my winter blues.

Penn State Hockey To Talk With Johnson, Grabs Commitments

Mark March 2, 2011 down as the day a hockey power took its first steps to greatness.

Much anticipation has surrounded Penn State hockey ever since Marcellus Shale baron Terrence Pegula donated $88 million towards starting Division I men's and women's teams back in September. Arena plans came out last month and the search for a coach and players to fill that arena has now come to fruition.

Read on to find out why Penn State hockey is off to a winning start.

Musicians Grow up at Open Wings, Broken Strings

Last night at the State Theatre, our writer Becky Perlow was taken back in time to the 1990s and the days of 'She's All That'.

Nittany Lions Lay Egg On Senior Night

Talor Battle was supposed to have been treated like a king on Tuesday night. It was Senior Night. It was the culmination of four years of hardship and heartbreak and the Penn State senior class was supposed to pull of their biggest upset of the year to make that last NCAA Tournament push. By the end of the night, people weren't treating Talor like royalty. Nittany Nation was literally bowing down to Ohio State guard Jon Diebler instead.

Find out about Diebler's big night last night after the jump.

Alternative Spring Breaks: A Trip for the Currently Trip-less

Good morning, Onward Staters. The day is Wednesday, and Spring Break officially begins on Friday. As such, there are only two more days until spring break. If you are reading this article, chances are that you do not currently have any plans for Spring Break. Again, the big dance starts in a mere 48 hours, and if you don’t have any exotic travel arrangements on the books, you likely won’t be making any at all. However, there is no need to worry, as this article colorfully details a Spring Break trip for the currently trip-less Penn State student.

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