Day: December 13, 2012

UPUA Elects McCleery To Chair Academic Affairs Committee

Last night's University Park Undergraduate Association general assembly meeting was certainly eventful. There was Christmas music blasting before the meeting began. There were assembly members in red and green, including Diversity Committee Chair Dutch Markward, who wore Christmas-themed suspenders. There was legislation to give a ton of your student activity fee money to Movin' On because they can't afford the acts that they want. There was even a new Academic Affairs Committee Chair elected. Now that I have you hooked, read on.

Pie Your RA, FTK!

FutuRES, a THON fundraising organization will be hosting its annual “pie your RA benefiting THON” event this Friday 5:30pm-8:00pm in Pollock Commons.

Tickets Available For Philadelphia College Hockey Faceoff

As of this morning, student tickets are now on sale for Penn State's matchup against the Vermont Catamounts in the Philadelphia College Hockey Faceoff on January 19th. The game will take place at the Wachovia Center, the home of the Philadelphia Flyers, with the puck set to drop at 7:30 p.m.

Washington Wins 100th Game as Lady Lions Defeat Hokies

The eleventh ranked Lady Lions (8-2) snapped a two-game road losing streak as head coach Coquese Washington recorded her 100th career coaching victory in a 60-41 win over the Virginia Tech Hokies (4-4) last night.

PSU Alumnus Co-Founds “Tuft & Needle” Bed Company for Charity

Penn State alumnus Daehee Park, along with co-founder John Thomas, founded the company Tuft & Needle that not only makes mattresses out of eco-friendly and sustainable material; they also have set up a charity that allows you to donate money to buy a bed for an underprivileged child.

5 Things to Watch for in the Final Four

The Women's Volleyball Final Four gets underway tonight from Louisville, Kentucky as Penn State takes on Oregon. Here are five things to look out for as the night unfolds.