Day: October 10, 2012
Penn State’s Bill O’Brien is beginning to receive a lot of praise from members of the national media including some Coach of the Year discussions. Fan votes contribute to 20% of the decision making process while the College Hall of Fame Selection Committee maintains 55% of the votes with national media members possessing 25%.
The world out there is a infectious place. Luckily, there are ways to help keep you safe during this cold and flu season.
A bright red sign that reads “We’re Moving On” hangs from the window of the State College vintage store, The Rag and Bone. At the end of this year, the East Calder Way store front will be permanently closed. But all of the costume jewelry, funky colored wigs, derby hats and one-piece bathing suites will continue to be sold under The Rag and Bone name from an online store. Learn more about the retro shop’s move into the virtual after the jump.
Fall is here and the leaves are falling in Happy Valley. Take a look at some of the more colorful spots around campus.
Historic downtown State College bar Zeno’s Pub celebrates its 40th anniversary this Saturday. With a full lineup of music and events, one of the best college bars in America promises to have one of the best parties of our lifetime. Rock out with lots of beer and local music at Zeno’s this weekend! Read on for more info after the jump.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Linda Kelly released a statement yesterday following Jerry Sandusky’s sentencing announcement. In the statement, she congratulated her own office, and stood up for Governor Tom Corbett, who has often been criticized for taking too long to arrest and prosecute Sandusky when he was the Attorney General.
With the Penn State Nittany Lions currently enjoying their bye week following a four game winning streak, we take another look back at the nine players who transferred this summer and provide a brief update. While Silas Redd is playing decent football, several other transfers have yet to make much of an impact for their new teams, while things are going pretty well right now for those who chose to stay at Penn State.