Day: April 18, 2013

Sara Evans to Headline Pegula Ice Arena Show

Award-winning country music singer-songwriter Sara Evans became the first subject to book an event at the new home of Penn State hockey today. Evans, along with a handful of figure skating stars and Olympic medalists, will participate in a family-themed skating show on November 3 at the new facility.

Teams of Men with Six Packs to Convene at Rec Hall This Weekend

Blue and White weekend is highlighted by the Blue and White Game, where in the end, essentially everybody wins and the points don't matter. Across campus at Recreation Hall, a very different sort of competition will be held. This competition involves a building full of collegiate athletes with very low body fat percentages and back flips.

A Bostonian Reflects on the Boston Marathon Bombings

It's just so sad. I can feel my face tighten when I even think the words "Boston Marathon". But we will get through it. Everyone has been so good to us, and we will get through it. We'll get through it thanks to you, and thanks to our city. We are #BostonStrong.

UPAC And Ice Cream: Two Things UPUA Takes Very Seriously

In what was probably the most exciting UPUA meeting this semester, the 8th assembly argued about everything from UPAC to ice cream.

PSU Women’s Rugby Smashes Through to Final Four

As eight-time national champions since the team's founding in 1992, women's rugby is currently in the running for number nine. In the Final Four round, the Nittany Lions will play Navy in hopes to stack up against the winner of the Stanford-Norwich University game for a title.

The Lion Shrine Will Reopen Soon

Still haven't gotten around to taking those graduation pictures? Don't worry, the Lion Shrine will return in all its stately glory for Blue and White Weekend.

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