After I wrote last week -- mostly tongue-in-cheek -- about Penn State's archaic internet linking policy, I received a few emails from folks inside Old Main offering up their own favorite silly Penn State policies.
Penn State alumnus and superfan Bob Witt has outdone himself again this year. After winning over the internet (although probably not his neighbors) with this video of his Christmas light display synchronized to popular Penn State fight songs, Witt is back at it again this year with an even more impressive and Penn State-centered display.
The 2013 football season just ended, but it's never too early to start thinking about next year. Penn State fans hoping to root on the Nittany Lions in Dublin, Ireland at the 2014 Croke Park Classic on August 30 will have the opportunity to buy single game tickets starting next Friday.
State Patty's Day will be held March 1, 2014, sandwiched like always between THON weekend and spring break. The student-created drinking holiday was born in 2007, when St. Patrick's Day fell during spring break, and has occurred annually since.
Penn State's yearbook, La Vie, has documented snippets of student life in the Nittany Valley since 1889. Through its pages, we can get a brief glimpse of what life must've been like here. I was able to go through the La Vie archives and pull out a few meaningful pages that help us understand the storied history of the university.
Penn State held a 4-1 lead halfway through the second period, but couldn't hold on to the lead as no. 15 Union tallied a goal with three seconds left to secure a 5-4 victory.
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