On that fateful day in July when housing assignments came out, I was both nervous and excited to find that I was going to be living on a co-ed floor. As the first year East Halls has had co-ed floors (in Bigler, Pinchot, and Sproul), I was not sure to expect. Growing up with an older brother I knew it would be an adventure having guys on my floor, but it worried me because I did not know any of these guys that I’d be living a stone’s throw away from.
This past week we asked our followers on Twitter to let us know where they would be canning with their respective organizations. Below is a map showing the responses we received. Best of luck to everyone this weekend!
In the Summer of 2010, Webster's Cafe was forced to close it's doors. Many in the community were outraged by the sudden loss of a beloved cafe and used book store. Webster's was more than just a cafe in downtown State College and it's absence continues to be felt.
It has been nearly a year since Penn State Women's soccer lost an overtime heart breaker in Columbus to the Buckeyes. Today, the 24th ranked Nittany Lions look to avenge that loss and stay undefeated at home when they take on Ohio State at 7 PM at Jeffrey Field.
The Commons has been in the works for about 5 years now, and is set to open up when students return for the Spring semester. It will be open Sunday-Thursday, 24 hours a day. Now if we can survive the sound of jackhammers in the library for the next few months, we just have to wait patiently to see what the Knowledge Commons has in store for us.
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