Drunk Sober High
According to a PSU Text sent earlier this afternoon, a water line collapsed in the first floor of McAllister Building, causing the building to be shutdown and evacuated. According to Penn State, the break has caused "significant damage to the first floor" and the electricity needed to be shut off.
The Willard Preacher continues to deliver his daily sermon in the coldest weather of the year.
As much as most of us wouldn't like to admit it, we've all been a teacher's pet at least once in our life. Maybe it was when you were a bright eyed first grader struggling to make friends, finding solace in the praise given out from your grandma-esque teacher. Or maybe you had an attractive language professor last semester with a really hot accent you just "wanted to know a little better". Whatever the case, we've all been there, and we've also seen a few teacher's pets crash and burn along the way. If you want to get on your professor's good side without being a total asshole, read on.
Last night UPUA was all business as the assembly congregated in 302 HUB for a short (58 minute) but action-packed meeting.
Why a recent Onward State article wasn't so feminist--and why this matters in a town ripe with crimes against women.
The goal of raising funds for the Kidney Cancer Association remains the same, but the Penn State Chapter of Uplifting Athletes is officially under new leadership as senior guard Eric Shrive will serve as president for the 2013 season.
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