Month: August 2012

[Live Blog] Nittanyville’s First Campout of 2012

Nittanyville is back! Over 200 students have signed up to support the Penn State football team and score the student section’s best seats. Follow along with our Nittanyville Live Blog this week to stay updated with the happenings outside of Gate A.

Getting You Hyped for Penn State Football

The big day is almost upon us. After what seemed like the longest offseason ever, football is finally here. Here’s a compilation of our favorite Penn State hype videos to get you ready for tomorrow.

Where to Go If You’re New in Happy Valley

There are many sights to be seen in State College, but when you’re new to the area you might not know where to start. First, talk to your friends. Even those people from high school who refuse to acknowledge that you go to the same university may offer some valuable advice.

Penn State’s Evan Lewis Finds Role on Team

It’s been a long journey. One that has spanned five years and six position changes. Finally, in his senior season, Evan Lewis has found his role on the football team.

A Tougher Opponent on the Dawn of a New Era

For the first time in nearly half a century, the Penn State Nittany Lions will play the opening game of a football season under a head coach not named Joe Paterno. For the first time in nearly a decade, their opponent on the first Saturday of the college football season will be rather formidable. The Ohio Bobcats are not your typical cream puff opponent that high profile programs often schedule in the opener.

Penn State Weekend Sports Preview

Many different teams have home games this weekend. Check out our weekend preview after the jump!

Jamaica Junction Hookah Lounge Goes Up In Smoke

The distinct smell of incense and sheesha that fumes from the State College head-shop, Jamaica Junction, has been replaced with an odor of fresh paint as the section of the store dedicated to smoking hookah is being replaced with expanded retail space. Read more about how Uncle Mike believes that this is a case of government over-stepping its boundaries and the State College borough has no clue what he’s talking about.

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