Drunk, Sober, High
You know a lot of people have been approaching me as they try to fully understand the idea of ONEPSU. This is in part because we have a lot more literature than is necessary to convey the point, but mostly because it’s an idea that has been continuously evolving since early January. So hopefully I can clarify some things for everyone. ONEPSU is not the anti-UPUA movement.
When people looked at Hillary Lewis, all they saw was a sorority girl. How could they know that she was a savvy political veteran, with experience dating back to elementary school? That she'd been the president of her middle school? That to her, the seemingly insurmountable task of making UPUA a legitimate student government wasn't just an aim, but a reachable attainment? Now, Lewis can look back and smile because she earned the last laugh, but, five years ago, it wasn't so easy to turn the other cheek.
Current total collected by the Student Red Cross Club, Japanese Student Association, and other service orgs on campus for the American Red Cross Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami Relief: $11,053.63! We will continue to collect money for the Earthquake and Tsunami Relief next week. We will have a table in the HUB by Panda Express Sushi from 10AM-4PM Mon (3/21) to Friday (3/25). Please stop by to donate, or sign up on the volunteer website, volunteer.psu.edu, to help staff the tables.
The Penn State women’s basketball team advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2004. The Lady Lions will face three-seed DePaul on Monday at 7 p.m. at the Bryce Jordan Center. Here is some information about DePaul and some keys to how the game may turn out on Monday.
In the second of our series of UPUA candidate profiles, we feature Travis Salters and Maggie Quinn. Want to get to know them and find out who they are? Look no further.
The dismal fiscal situation Pennsylvania’s state-related universities face may force its leaders to make some once-unholy alliances. Can Penn State play nice with Pitt and Temple?