Month: September 2013
Recruitment would be nothing without the help of these extremely patient sorority women. Dealing with vulnerable freshmen is not easy, but these Pi Chis handled it with ease.
You all know him by now. John Ziegler — the iconoclastic, former talk radio hosting, ex-Christine Brennan dating filmmaker — is back for another round of 10 questions. Love him or hate him, there’s no question Ziegler has been one of the leading outside voices on the Sandusky situation from the beginning and has a mini-movie and an online book to show for it.
Women’s volleyball went 1-1 on the weekend, and men and women’s soccer each won its’ matches on Sunday.
With Penn State basketball holding its first official preseason practice tomorrow morning, Pat Chambers has named his four captains for the 2013-14 season.
All in all, 926 individuals accepted bids into 18 sororities yesterday — a record, according to PHC President Rachel Franceschino.
Bid Day is a big deal for Penn State sororities. It’s when they officially announce their newest class of sisters. It’s a day full of emotion, lifelong memories, and really loud chants. We sent three writers — drunk, sober, and high, to check it out.
The 7th ranked women’s soccer team took down Purdue last night at Jeffrey Field, 6-1, in a game honoring the life of Mack Brady, an avid Penn State soccer fan who passed away on Dec. 31, 2012, and the son of Schreyer Honors College Dean Christian Brady.