Brittany Hicks and Chris Carmody's original song "Diamonds in the Air," which they debuted at the Mr. and Mrs. THON Pageant last month, was released on iTunes on Friday. Hicks and Carmody came up with the idea of writing an original song about THON when the two were selected as Mr. and Mrs. PR for the Mr. and Mrs. THON Pageant. “Diamonds In The Air,” which features Carmody playing the guitar and rapping and Hicks singing, was a combined effort between the two earlier in the semester.The song is available on iTunes for $0.99, and all proceeds benefit THON. Hicks and Carmody decided to release it on iTunes after the song's widespread popularity following its debut at the Mr. and Mrs. THON Pageant.
At long last, the tangibility of our $800,000 nightmare is over. As previously promised, the large Penn State Lives Here banners defacing the Pattee Library, Sackett Building, and Rec Hall were removed within the recent days.
All the votes have been tallied, and with more than 4,100 votes, the Blue Band have been declared the winners for its rendition of the Doobie Brothers classic "Listen to the Music."
In today's unsurprising news, former Penn State guard John Urschel was selected as the 2013 Senior CLASS Award winner for football, given to the "most outstanding senior student-athlete" in each respective sport. Penn State senior (and now National Champion) Ariel Scott won the award last week for women's volleyball.
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