Month: November 2012
The Penn State Hershey Children’s Hostpital celebrated its official completion this week with several dedications. On Saturday the brand new 263,000 square-foot facility opened its doors for a public dedication. I was fortunate enough to be able to attend the dedication with Penn State Altoona benefiting THON’s Four Diamonds family, the Kratzers. This was the first opportunity for the public to get an inside look at the new hospital which cost nearly $207 million dollars. To many, the hospital is more than just a building — it will serve as home.
It is with heavy hearts that Onward State mourns the closing of *ndulge. In honor of its last day in State College, we would like to offer a few words before we must part ways.
With finals week only a few weeks away, SRTEs (Student Rating of Teacher Effectiveness) are set to open on December 3rd, which allow you to finally take out your frustrations (or jubilance) on all of your professors in the form of a survey. SRTEs have been around since 1985, and offer the standard questions that help departments evaluate the effectiveness of professors. But maybe they should ask some of these, too, for a more “honest” assessment.
The top-seeded Nittany Lions will face Binghamton (13-17) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Rec Hall tonight at 7:30 p.m.
It’s certainly been an emotional year for the Mauti family. From taking over as the emotional leader of the team, to the heartbreaking injury at the end, Michael Mauti has garnered the love and support of the Penn State family that is nearly unmatched by any player in our history.
His brother Pat, who also played at Penn State from 2005-2008, sent this letter to The School Philly on behalf of his family.
The Student Programming Association has been bringing Penn State great entertainment all semester long, and this morning, they announced another can’t miss show will be coming to the HUB. Next Friday, December 7, at 10 p.m. in Alumni Hall, mash-up duo The White Panda and Pennsylvania-bred rapper Asher Roth will be performing. The event, sponsored by SPA LateNight, will be free and ticketless. Students with a valid PSU student ID will be admitted on a first come, first serve basis.
Heritage Hall was the spot for Penn State students who wanted to see a free show headlined by Malibu-based rapper, Shwayze, Wednesday night. But if you missed the show, check out Onward State’s recap and slideshow.