Day: April 10, 2012

Voting Begins Today on Crucial Trustee Election

Five months ago, 32 Penn State alumni found themselves making a leadership decision. Today, thousands of alumni are posed with a similar choice. Ryan Beckler weighs in.

April Allergies Bring… May Misery?

The early onset of everything blooming has caused many Penn State students to suffer with terrible allergies. Check out five reasons that might help you feel better after the jump!

Bar Wars: Pickle’s vs. Inferno

This week’s showdown is against two of the classier bars State College has to offer: Bill Pickle’s Tap Room vs. Inferno. Our ratings, tips, and more after the jump.

Speakers Released, Collective “Who?” Uttered

It’s one of those things about college, like a particularly boozy night or where your freshman writing classroom was, that, looking back in 20 or 30 years, you will not remember, but at the time seem particularly important (especially where the classroom is). Snagging a high-profile commencement speaker, these days, is seen as a sign of cachet, a way to set a university apart. There are slideshows of the best college commencement speakers of 2012. Penn State… will not be on that list.

Valley Magazine Fashion Show Part Duex

Valley Magazine has done it again, and with a better venue. Compared to the cramped conditions of Campus Candy last year Valley Magazine’s The Walk 2012 Spring Fashion Show was held in the newest addition to the State College downtown night scene, Levels, as it allowed 18 and older to attend, with 21 and older to drink. Check out our full recap after the jump.

10 Questions with Drum Major Ian Kenney

Ian Kenney was recently selected for his third and final season as the Drum Major of the Penn State Blue Band. I sat down with him to find out a little more about the guy behind the flips.

One State Without Shoes

The Penn State TOMS Club is hosting today a One State Without Shoes event in conjunction with the TOMS One Day Without Shoes. This event is to raise awareness of the major problem in shoe deficiency in foreign countries by walking an entire day without shoes.

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