Day: September 20, 2012

Jack Johnson and Friends “Rocked the Vote”

On Wednesday night, Jack Johnson and Friends put on a great performance at Eisenhower Auditorium. Check out Onward State's recap of the show after the jump.

Hey Daily Collegian, Every Vote Really Does Matter

The Daily Collegian typically publishes a diverse group of opinion columns, but as we’ve seen quite frequently, many fall flat. Yesterday’s opinion piece by William Haisley, "Truthfully, Your Vote Doesn’t Really Matter, Neither do Political Parties,” is the most inane yet.

PSU Votes: What’s at Stake

In an effort to encourage voter turnout at Penn State, a non-partisan initiative called PSU Votes (@PSUVOTES) supported by students, faculty, and staff is sponsoring a series of "What's at Stake" forums to address the issues of imporance in the November election.

Lion Ambassadors Set to “Light Up the Past” on Friday Night

This Friday evening, the Penn State Lion Ambassadors are set to host their annual Lantern Tours around campus. Should you choose to enjoy a Penn State flash back, you’ll be meeting several characters such as Old Coaly and Heinz Warneke on your tour through Penn State history.

“Rally for Resignations” Social Media Hacked

The September 15 "Rally for Resignations" materialized due to an incredible grassroots effort by event organizers, which largely relied on social media to publicize the rally. However, soon after the rally began on Saturday morning at Old Main, the group's Facebook and Twitter accounts were compromised by someone who clearly won't be wearing any Joe Paterno t-shirts anytime soon.

Victim 1 To Release Book, Interview With ABC

Victim 1, the 18-year old whose allegations of sexual abuse sparked the investigation of Jerry Sandusky that eventually led to his conviction, will be releasing a book, according to his attorney Michael Boni.

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