We've reached the final stretch of the school year. Most students are frantically finishing the last of their schoolwork for the end of the semester. Seniors are desperately trying to enjoy the end of their college experience and finish off that bucketlist. To help get you through this final month, Music Monday is here to provide some hits to motivate you in whatever you're doing this April. This week's selections are brought to you by Melanie Versaw, Dennis McNamara, Alex Robinson, Joe Rogachevsky and Matthew D'Ippolito.
This past weekend, the Nittany Lions (13-18) swept the Canisius Golden Griffins (17-17) in a three game series at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park.
Last week, Homecoming 2012 announced that its emcees would be Avery Williams and Chrissy Bohn. Onward State had the opportunity to interview Avery on Friday. Williams, a senior majoring in aerospace engineering and Vice-Chair for Region II of the National Society of Black Engineers, discusses what motivated him to apply for emcee and what he hopes to accomplish in this position after the jump.
The new highly-anticipated Joe Paterno biography, written by SI.com sportswriter Joe Posnanski, is now available for preorder on Amazon.
It’s existence has been denied by science, contradicted by logic, and rebutted by rationality, but that isn’t stopping Mark Kasting, a Penn State junior enrolled in the Eberly College of Science. He has been inspired, lured in by a fascination that was sparked by a popular television show on Animal Planet. Read his story after the jump.
Do you like musicals, horror movies, Mel Brooks' brand of slapstick and wordplay, and rolling in the hay? Then Young Frankenstein, which stops at Eisenhower Auditorium this Wednesday, is the show for you.