In what is shaping up to be as climactic as the People of the State of California v. Orenthal James Simpson, Dray Krishnan et. al v. John Zang et. al. is heating up on campus as the two sides prepare for a hearing. Earlier this evening, UPUA representative Anthony Christina filed an Emergency Petition for a Writ of Mandamus under the authority of Article VII. Section 7. of the Bylaws and Operational Code of the University Park Undergraduate Association Board of Arbitration.
Wearing a red jumpsuit with "Centre County" emblazoned on the back in fading black letters over a bulletproof vest, Jerry Sandusky returned to the Centre County Courthouse where his defense team argued for a new trial as part of the appeal process.
Just two weeks ago, Penn State was trailing Kentucky and rival Nebraska in a vote for the EA Sports NCAA Football 14 cover. Instead of enshrining just one player on the cover as they have in past years, EA will be putting an entire university's football team on the 2014 cover. 32 teams have endured the first round of voting to move on, and EA is again asking for fans of each remaining school to participate in a vote, asking, "Which school do you want to be on the cover of the next NCAA Football?"
Have you ever wanted to see a DJ who's performed at parties on fantastic shows like MTV's "True Life Stories"? If so, tonight is your chance as Brandon Noone (AKA DJ Highnoone) will be performing at Indigo at 9.
A year after debuting in the Android Market, iPhone and Droid users alike are now able to utilize THON's very own smartphone application. The app, which was developed by Technology Committee (@TECH_FTK) captains from both this year and last, condenses the main points of THON's website into a simple mobile package. App users can access news, photos from previous years, a calendar of events, and a link to donate from their mobile device.