Day: November 28, 2011
Where do we go from here? Ask President Erickson. This Wednesday at 6 p.m., Professors Sam Richards and Laurie Mulvey will moderate a roundtable discussion between President Rodney Erickson and seven other senior administrators in Heritage Hall, before an audience of exclusively students.
The bracket for the NCAA Women’s Volleyball tournament was released last night at 6 p.m. with Penn State (23-7, 16-4) earning the No. 8 seed out of the sixty four team field. The Nittany Lions will begin the first round Friday Night at 7:30 in Rec Hall against Big South Champion Liberty (20-12); they hope to end up at the Alamadome in San Antonio on December 17th to play for a fifth consecutive national championship.
Thanksgiving break should mean cherishing time with family and friends after a long semester away. This year, however, it seemed that the break we all craved proved to be nothing more than a mirage in a desert of controversy.
The Penn State basketball team didn’t have much go their way on Saturday as they suffered a deflating loss to St. Joe’s 65-47 in a game that was never really in reach.
This week’s installment of the THON Overall Series features Donor & Alumni Relations Overall Anuj Upadhyay. Do you think Anuj can dance? Find out after the jump.
Kyle Harris felt a lot of disappointment and confusion when the news of Jerry Sandusky’s abuse rocked Penn state. What really struck him about the whole story was that the victims were not being recognized and were not the focus in the media. It was the victims who took a back seat to the Penn State football organization.
I was lucky enough to make the trip out to Wisconsin this weekend for the game. Although it was painful to watch, I had a great time in Madison (until about the middle of the second quarter). Here are some observations I took away from the atmosphere at Camp Randall.