Everyday we wake up, put on our shoes, and walk. We walk to class, we walk to work, or we walk to meet with friends. Everyday, we mindlessly walk to a destination determined by our schedules. But this Sunday, some students will walk for a purpose.
Believe it or not, but footbag, otherwise known as hacky sack, for some people, is still a thing. In fact, there is a Penn State Footbag Club, and they are hosting a tournament this weekend. Club president, Nathan Pipenberg, has a few reasons why you should make an appearance after the jump.
The world is full of patterns. As engineering students, we are expected to be able to see these patterns and investigate accordingly. But maybe it wouldn't be a bad idea to break our own daily patterns once in a while and learn something interesting (that we won't be tested on) while we're at it.
The Penn State baseball team, which has won six of it's last seven matchups, will host the Michigan Wolverines this weekend for an important three-game series at Medlar Field. The Nittany Lions (13-19) had won six straight games before a loss to Pittsburgh on Wednesday night as they have been getting a lot more offense than earlier in the season.
Whether you’re hitching the Blue Loop to an 8 am across campus, drunkenly clamoring aboard a late night White Loop, or making the painstaking hike to Wal-Mart on the V, there are certain unwritten rules when it comes to riding the bus. We've all seen these rules violated, and have inwardly screamed obscenities at the tactlessness of some riders lacking CATA etiquette. Here’s how to avoid being targeted with angry glares on the bus -- or in other words -- how not to be a CATA douche.