The Penn State athletics department held an unveiling ceremony at Beaver Stadium yesterday to show off the brand new hockey uniforms that both the men's and women's team will be wearing this coming season. The new jerseys mark a new era in Penn State hockey, as the program is officially making the move from a club to a Division 1 team. Max Gardiner and Tommy Olczyk, sophomore forwards for the men's team, modeled the jerseys at the press conference.
For the first time, the Penn State Board of Trustees will allow for public comment during their meeting this weekend at the Nittany Lion Inn. Recent amendments to Standing Order VIII now allow for up to 30 minutes of public comment, with a maximum of 10 speakers. All interested speakers can apply on the BOT website.
For 24 straight hours, volunteers will read the political satire novel, Catch-22, by Joseph Heller, in front of the library. This around-the-clock marathon reading begins tomorrow with the first speaker, Sue Paterno. Find out more about the event and the background of Joseph Heller himself after the jump.
Downtown State College will be getting a new store where fashionistas in Centre County and beyond will be able to buy, sell and even trade clothes to build their closets. Learn more about The Attic, a new consignment store opening Downtown after the jump!
There are plenty of ways to spend your 21st birthday here in State College. There's the common Phryst celebration, the not-so-common chill night at home, and the always obvious get plastered and forget everything that happened situation. I went for the first option, and it's the one I suggest.
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