Month: May 2012
Penn State football fans haven’t seen Bill O’Brien run out of the tunnel for a game yet, but some fans are already thinking about spring football. Penn State announced today that the annual Blue-White scrimmage will be held on April 20, 2013.
On Monday, attorneys for victims 3, 4, 5, and 7 filed motions at the Centre County Courthouse in the hopes of preventing their identities from being revealed at trial. The motions asked for the court to consider allowing the alleged victims to use a pseudonym when giving testimony, and cited several previous high-profile cases as precedence for this procedure.
The LION 90.7 FM, rich in tradition and reverence, is Penn State’s student radio station voice — a voice that has existed since 1953. But a recent leadership transition, and the subsequent termination of longtime advisor and host Andy Nagypal, has left the once lauded station in a power struggle that many fear will damage the station forever. On one side stands the station’s current officers — notably President Frank Canella and Vice President Steve Valenti — and on the other its alumni, who fear that WKPS may not persevere through their reckless leadership.
Everyone’s favorite course management system — affectionately named ANGEL — will be upgraded from version 7.4 to version 8.0 on June 2nd between 4 a.m. and 8 a.m. It’s hard to understand why they would even consider changing such a flawless system, but at least they haven’t decided to replace ANGEL with one of those inferior, user-friendly frameworks like Blackboard.
Bill O’Brien announced today that the September 15th football game at Beaver Stadium between Penn State and Navy will be Military Appreciation day.
Summer is just around the corner; most people say it unofficially kicks off during Memorial Day Weekend with thousands of pounds of steak and hamburgers. But what’s a good barbecue without some tunes to kick back and relax to — whether you’re sitting poolside, manning the grill, or just catching some rays during an unusually hot Memorial Day?
The Penn State Advanced Vehicle Team began competing in the first leg of EcoCAR 2: Plugging In The Future competition over the past year. The three-year competition involves fifteen teams includes fifteen North American teams that receive a donated Chevy Malibu, which students work on in order to lessen the negative impact that the car has on the environment. The catch: they have to retain both it’s performance and consumer appeal.