Drunk Sober High
This past Friday, after classes had ended, students once again retreated to the recesses of their dorms/apartments/houses, only emerging when it was time for a night of downtown debauchery. However, a small population of students forgoed an evening of couch surfin’ on some J. Shore, and spent some time at the Fifth Annual Penn State Arts Crawl.
In the spirit of Arts Crawl, but not as a planned part of it, was a house show by Lucas Carpenter last night. To describe Carpenter's live performance as entertaining would be an understatement. He's a one man band, high tech style.
Last week we explored Penn's Cave, one of the more commercialized outdoor day-trip spots in Centre County. This week, we make a 180° and look at a much more hidden hangout, only a half hour drive from State College.
The Underground Artisans Marketplace (UAM) held its alternative arts and crafts show on Saturday afternoon at the Schlow Centre County Library. Previously held at Chronic Town, the Artisans moved to Schlow for the first time to increase exposure to the community.
Students studying Labor and Employment Relations (LER) represented the three main groups involved in the current NFL labor struggle during the "Billionaires vs. Millionaires?" debate last night at the Nittany Lion Inn. The event was sponsored by the LER Alumni Program Group.
Send this to a friend