Since joining the Big Ten in 1993, Penn State has twice gone undefeated in conference road games. A tough matchup against the eighteenth ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers (7-2, 4-1) stands in the way of the Nittany Lions (6-3, 4-1) accomplishing this feat for a third time.
The Penn State Nittany Lions (6-3, 4-1) are set to take on the eighteenth ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers (7-2, 4-1) tomorrow afternoon at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska for their final road trip of the season. Let's get right to the picks and see what our writers are thinking about the Big Ten showdown.
As of today, Penn State will no longer be paying Graham Spanier's lucrative presidential salary. Yesterday, a Daily Collegian article titled "Spanier still making hundreds of thousands from Penn State," reported that the former Penn State president will be paid his $700,000 per year salary through the length of his one year sabbatical.
Election Day brings out the patriotic side of people. This week, the Natty Nittany scoped out some of the best Election Day outfits seen in the HUB.
Townies. They walk among us. They have cars on campus and do laundry for free at their parents house. Most of the time townies look like regular people, however, this is due to years of vigorous training in hopes of blending in with the rest of the student population. If you know or (God forbid) are a townie, you probably already know that there are certain things outsiders just don't get. Here are a few attributes that makes us townies different from the majority of Penn State students.
A lot of students have begun vegetarian diets for numerous reasons. Whether you’ve jumped on this diet bandwagon for the health benefits, saving the animals, or an excuse to not shower or shave your legs, there’s no doubt that you have run into the dead end that is State College’s vegetarian options. But have no fear! I’ve compiled a list of the top 5 vegetarian-friendly places to chow in State College.
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