Way back in January 2010, Penn State's Full Ammo Improv Troupe organized a legendary comedy event: RAWR, a festival dedicated to bringing great improv comedy to Penn State. Now, after three years and countless Sunday night shows in Forum, it's happening again.
Chip Kidd, the man behind the Jurassic Park logo and a Penn State graduate, stopped by State College last night to give a talk to a packed room.
For those of you who have ventured onto the west side of Beaver Avenue, there is a good chance you have passed by Jim's Army & Navy. If you are one of those people, your first thought when passing by Jim's was most likely, "What the hell is going on in this store?" When a store's window display boasts handcuffs (they even come in pink), switchblades, throwing stars, machetes, other swords, and ammunition, you really have no choice but to be utterly confounded. Little did I know that I was about to walk into the greatest store ever.
"We aim to inform the students of Penn State of the existence of this magnificent religion," Corey Lutz, president and founder of the Penn State University Pastafarians said about the religion. Read on to find out more about the organization and the religion.
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