Month: September 2014
UPUA has been criticized in the recent week by Onward State, the Daily Collegian, trustee Al Lord, and others for voting to close part of its meeting on Wednesday night to discuss the possibility of taking a stance on the Freeh report. UPUA released a statement today justifying its position on the close executive session, which is published verbatim.
In case you thought you couldn’t be any more excited to Empower the Dreamers at THON this year, the official 2015 Penn State Dance Marathon Promo Video is here to prove you wrong.
Senior linebacker Mike Hull spoke to the media Tuesday morning, providing insight on Penn State’s first loss, early preparation for Michigan, and concussions.
I thought that Penn State and the surrounding area boast a cornucopia of eateries for every dietary preference and restriction. Boy, was I wrong.
Mike Morse, known by his students simply as Coach, or Coach Morse, currently teaches fitness walking, bowhunting, and men’s basketball as a part of the Kinesiology Physical Activity Program (KPAP). He is often seen leading a pack of students through campus, donning a baseball cap and a towel draped around his neck. The sight is somewhat reminiscent of Forrest Gump running in the desert with a pack of clueless followers behind. And from the life stories told by Coach Morse, it seems as though he may have a lot more in common with Forrest than your average Joe.
The service industry works hard to get you what you need, so help them out by tipping them properly.
I have no power over what can be changed, but you know who does? Our beloved coach, James Franklin. As a man of power, here are some things we wished Franklin would promise to fix in the near future.