Day: April 21, 2015
A woman had to be sedated at the hospital after resisting arrest for knocking over magazine dispensers on West College Ave. Oh, come on, the story wasn’t THAT bad.
Tim Frazier’s stellar 2014-15 season resulted in some well-deserved hardware. The first-year pro earned the NBA D-League’s MVP and Rookie of the Year honors Tuesday after scorching the court in all aspects of the game.
After a successful fall, and an even stronger winter season, Penn State moved into third place in Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings, an annual ranking of overall success in collegiate athletics. The Nittany Lions have 820 points in the cup, just 3.5 points behind second-place North Carolina, and a distant 206.5 points behind the current, dominant leader, Stanford.
Penn Staters Ali Kreiger and Alyssa Naeher are posied to represent the U.S. at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Penn State fans will have another chance to snag some authentic athletic swag.
David Tuck, a 91-year-old who survived the Lodz Ghetto and Auschwitz concentration camp, spoke to a full crowd in the Kern Building Monday night and shared his powerful life story.
A nomadic, upcycling store will make its way to the courtyard outside the Palmer Art Museum next Wednesday from 2:30-5:30 p.m. The Palmer Pop Up Thrift Shop is organized by students Michael Grasso, Tessa Sontheimer, Sloane King, and Caleb Bernstein as an assignment for Art in the Anthropocene class, taught by Heather Davis.