Day: September 28, 2012

Nittany Lions Head to Champaign with Momentum

The Penn State Nittany Lions (2-2) and the Illinois Fighting Illini (2-2) head into tomorrow’s game at Memorial Stadium with identical records. Aside from that, the two teams do not have much in common. The Nittany Lions enter Big Ten play with some momentum after two consecutive victories whereas the Illini are trying to recover from a shocking twenty eight point home loss to Louisiana Tech last Saturday.

Report Shows Increase in On Campus Crime

In accordance with the Clery Act, Penn State released its on campus crime report for 2011, which showed an increase in criminal activity from previous years.

Nvrsoft Throws Dubstep, D&B and Breaks Into the Mix

Within the Penn State community lives an Electronic Dance Music subculture that many students either tend to overlook or don’t even know exists. But with EDM ever increasing in popularity, that subculture is now scratching its way into the mainstream conscious. Read more about one DJ within this family of music lovers who goes by the stage name, “Nvrsoft.”

Penn State Falls off Playboy Top Party School List

Earlier this week, Playboy released an info-graphic ranking the top 10 party schools in America. Penn State wasn’t included.

Blue Out Initiative Raises $75,000 for PCAR

Last week’s “Blue Out” — the event that urged people to wear blue attire to the Temple vs. Penn State game — fetched just under $75,000 in its second year.

Emery Etter Snaps His Way to Penn State

Emery Etter started long snapping in eighth grade after his coach suggested it could help him get on the field more. Now he is long snapping for Penn State.

The Beauty of Cheap: Hamm’s Beer

College students certainly aren’t rich. Everytime something goes up in price, we feel it. Sometimes it’s beer. Sometimes it’s bread. Most of the time it’s gas. Being cheap is nothing to be ashamed of when you’re young and learning.

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