Day: November 2, 2011

The Cake Might Be a Lie, But Onward State’s Costume Contest Isn’t

This past week, we asked to see your best Halloween costumes, and received a ton of (great) responses. After a long and heated deliberation at OnwardState headquarters, we are finally ready to reveal the winner. Click through to find out.

Paternoville to Begin Monday for Nebraska

With #10 Nebraska coming to town next Saturday, Paternoville has announced a weeklong campout set to begin Monday evening. It will be Paternoville's second weeklong of the year, and the last chance for students to participate in Paternoville 2011.

Penn State football

Penn State Football: Review of Bold(en) Predictions

Almost three months ago, a set of bold predictions was made for the 2011 Penn State football team. With no game this weekend and the team sitting at a surprising 8-1 record, here's a look back at how those predictions have played out so far.

A Fabolous Time Awaits at Hoops Madness

Rec Hall will be rockin’ tonight and full of attitude, there’s no question about it. You can be a part of the preseason basketball pep rally, Hoops Madness, which will be hosted by both the men and women’s basketball teams at 8 p.m and includes a performance from Grammy-Nominated rapper, Fabolous.

Occupiers to Hold Teach-In Talks

In accordance with the agenda of the national Occupy Colleges effort, the Occupy Penn State group will be hosting a slew of distinguished speakers over the next several days. The group, which has camped out in the HUB for the past several weeks in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street protestors, hopes that these speakers will help educate and empower students on their movement.

Fraser Street Realignment Fail?

Next time you're downtown on the corner of Beaver Ave. and Fraser St at the new soon-to-be finished Fraser St. realignment project, you may observe that in an effort to straighten the intersection, the road was actually moved too far in in the other direction. The Fraser St. Realignment project, appears to need...well, a realignment.

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