Month: January 2012
Do you miss the warmer days of Fall semester when frat bros in snapback hats flooded the campus? If so, tonight you can revel in your nostalgia because Penn State basketball snapbacks will be given out for free to students who come out to the Bryce Jordan Center tonight as the Lions face 19th-ranked Wisconsin at 8 pm. It also another Dollar Dog Night and fans will receive a free Penn State basketball Nerf Hoop set while supplies last.
On Monday night, the Interfraternity Council announced their ban on fraternities hosting State Patty’s Day parties. The IFC is hoping for a sober Penn State on February 25th, and instead plans to involve students in a (sober) “philanthropic event” in the downtown area.
Whether it is food or care, Hospitality Overall, Tommy Scharnitz knows what it means to serve others. Find out what he and his committee have lined up for THON 2012, and make sure to check out his Committee of the Week video at the end of the interview to see just how much he loves pie. IN THE FACE!
The creators of DAYGLOW announced tonight that the world’s largest paint party would be making a trip to Happy Valley in April, but that’s not the only bomb they dropped. Just a few days before State Patty’s Day, on Thursday, February 23rd, superstar DJ’s Sebastian Ingrosso and Alesso will grace State College with their presence with what should be a great night of music at the Bryce Jordan Center.
According to a post on their Facebook page, Happy Valley is about to get a new paint job. Find out when DAYGLOW is coming to Penn State.
Last week, OneSchool announced that it was releasing an updated version of its app, which it did on Tuesday. I have spent the past week testing the new version, seeing how beneficial this app would be for Penn State students. I was fortunate enough to have also downloaded it before the update, and can safely say that the app made major improvement. However, these upgrades fail to convince me that OneSchool is worth the memory on your smartphone. I reviewed the nine features that OneSchool bundles, and I am dissatisfied with the experience that I had.
It is sometimes difficult to remember the permanent stain that the media placed on Joe Paterno’s legacy. There aren’t many people who don’t know at least something about what happened at Penn State this past November. I’m sure I’m not the only one who has unfriended someone on Facebook because of a crude comment, or unfollowed someone on Twitter following an inappropriate joke. But social media can help bring us together just as easily as it creates divides amongst us.