Penn State, do you spend your evening hours laughing at the comedic news of the Colbert Report? Would you like to see Stephen Colbert come to Penn State without having to spend any of your Student Activity Fee dollars on his appearance? Penn Staters for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow is looking to do just that.
The first thing to come out of our waiter’s mouth at our Cafe Laura experience: “Welcome to the Seven Deadly Sins... thing. I’m bad at this. What can I say?” And that quote pretty much sums up our evening at Cafe Laura.
For those of you who do not know, each HRIM student is required to work a semester at Cafe Laura. Each student learns how to cook, serve, take reservations, and plan a whole dinner with a selected group. Onward State decided to check out the Se7en: Food to Die For dinner that took place on March 14th. Check out our collaborative review of the evening after the jump.
Coming off a 16-run offensive explosion in a win on the road over conference foe Purdue on Sunday, the Penn State Nittany Lions baseball team continued to swing the bats well in a non-conference road win on Tuesday, defeating Kent State 9-7. The Lions will return home for a home contest against Binghamton before hosting Canisius for a weekend 3-game series.
Mac Miller returned to Penn State with a bang on Tuesday in his concert at the Bryce Jordan Center, performing with The Cool Kids and The Come Up on their Macadelic Tour.
Soon after being named the university's new president, Rodney Erickson proclaimed that he wanted to transform Penn State “from a football factory to a world-class research institution.” We all know that this school has been recognized for the prolific, field-defining research that has taken place on this campus, but it's not often that we get a chance to see a collection of the analysis of our fellow students like that which will be showcased at the ninth annual College of Engineering Research Symposium (CERS 2012), taking place on Thursday in the Nittany Lion Inn.