PSU news by
Penn State's student blog



Day: September 27, 2012

Update: Tiësto Concert Rescheduled

It's official, Penn State. Get your neon clothing, lollipops, and drug of choice ready -- because Tiësto is coming to town. That's right, the world-renowned Dutch house producer and DJ will be performing at the Bryce Jordan Center this fall according to the BJC's Facebook page.

Jay Paterno and Coquese Washington Speak to Students on Voting

Last night in Heritage Hall, Jay Paterno and women's basketball coach, Coquese Washington, opened up with students over the importance of voting in this up-coming presidential election. The event hosted by PSU Votes was designed to give Penn State the fodder to spark political engagement within the student body. But from the strikingly low attendance, will there be enough voices to carry the torch?

Penn Kabab: An Onward State Review

As I’ve previously mentioned, Penn Kebab is one of the best places to get some handcrafted fast food. To be honest, I’m not sure how the people who live in the apartments above Penn Kebab don’t weigh 500 pounds, but I guess they possess some self-control.

UPUA Passes Line of Succession Amendment

It's that time of the week again. Everyone's favorite student government, the University Park Undergraduate Association (UPUA), held their weekly assembly meeting last night, and boy was it a barnburner, folks.

External Link

Jay Paterno: In Football, Only One Stat Matters

For the first time after 26 years watching game films/videos, I have time to watch a lot of football on television. While watching I’ve noticed a continual stream of statistical references made by the announcers.
There was a time when no one cared, but the fascination with statistics expanded as they became readily accessible on the internet.

Surprise! Pennsylvanians Unhappy With How Governor Corbett Handled Sandusky Scandal

A recent poll conducted by the Franklin & Marshall College’s Center for Opinion Research indicates that Pennsylvanians are unhappy with how Governor Tom Corbett handled the Jerry Sandusky case when he was Attorney General, a revelation that should surprise no one.

Next »

Send this to a friend