If you're a student, you've probably noticed the men and women in yellow standing guard at the entrances to every stairway of the student section during the most recent two games. According to Associate AD Mark Bodenschatz, they're here to stay.
By now, we know that Penn State trustee Anthony Lubrano isn't one to be shy during meetings. Today was no different, and in a special conference call meeting by the Board of Trustees Committee on Governance and Long-Range Planning, Lubrano made sure everyone knew what he thought.
Earlier this week, Meaghan DeMallie was elected by the Panhellenic Council to succeed Rachel Franceschino as the organization's president. The Pi Beta Phi sister and current PHC Associate Vice President will take over the reigns next month, but we were able to catch up with her to answer a few questions about Greek life and her future plans.
Everyone knows that feeling: your heartbeat quickens and palms start to sweat as you stare at the ground with utter dread. You dropped your phone. Sometimes you pick it up just to breathe a sigh of relief that it's unharmed, but the unlucky few barely contain a sob of devastation at the cracked screen of their phones. Even just looking around a lecture hall, it's easy to spot dozens of shattered iPhones -- the result of too many nights out and not enough money to spend on a new phone.
The men's hockey team lost their undefeated record at home, falling to 16th-ranked UMass-Lowell 4-0.
There are times when a football team's record doesn't tell the whole story, when it has lost a large number of games but there are circumstances like overtime losses or costly injuries or poor officiating that led to the poor record. That isn't the case with the Purdue Boilermakers (1-8, 0-5). The Boilermakers are without a doubt the worst team that the Nittany Lions (5-4, 2-3) will have the pleasure of facing this season.
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