Drunk, Sober, High
As you may have heard, there will be a candlelight vigil on the steps of Old Main tonight at 9:30 to rally support for the victims of Jerry Sandusky’s abuse. This event was organized to show support for the abused children; it is our opportunity as students at Penn State to show the world that we understand the gravity of this situation. The world’s attention has not left Old Main, let us take this opportunity to show the world what it means to be a member of the Penn State community.
This live blog represents the best summation of the story surrounding the charges of perjury against Penn State administrators Tim Curley and Gary Schultz and the 40+ counts against former coach Jerry Sandusky for crimes far too heinous for decent publication.
President Rodney Erickson will hold his first press conference at the Nittany Lion Inn in just a few minutes. The topic has not yet been announced, but we have heard it is an open discussion. Updates to follow.
The men's basketball team will begin its season against the Hartford Hawks at 4:30 p.m. at the Bryce Jordan Center and will offer free admission for all fans. Continuing with the free theme, there will be no-cost shuttle buses running before and after the game, and 116 prizes will be distributed to honor the 116th season of Penn State basketball.
Well, this has certainly been a week that none of us will ever forget. A week filled so many emotions and an utter sense of disbelief. I thought our school was infallible and now we’re facing the worst scandal higher education has ever seen. This isn’t the way our senior year was supposed to be – I want my Penn State back.
Penn State Club Croquet is a club shrouded in mystery. We’ve all seen them on campus, in their light blue pinnies, or at football games in their cutoff jean shorts and faux mustaches. Many of us have even come across the infamous “Croq house” also known as the “Bro-quet house.” These dedicated members have created quite a stir on campus, priding themselves in going over the top in everything they do; the sillier, the better.