Day: February 24, 2016

GN, McKinney Properties To Allow Limited State Patty’s Parties

Residents of GN and McKinney Properties will be permitted to host limited parties for this weekend’s State Patty’s festivities.

PETA Recognizes Alpha Fire Company For Saving Dog From Sinkhole

PETA awarded its Compassionate Fire Department Award to the Alpha Fire Company for its rescue of Skye. “These determined firefighters were all that stood between this dog and a slow, lonely, agonizing death,” PETA Senior Director Colleen O’Brien said in a release

IFC, Panhel To Allow Limited Socials On State Patty’s Day

State Patty’s Day isn’t gone for good, but it’s certainly not what it used to be. Much like last year, fraternities and sororities are proceeding with caution for the pseudo-holiday.

Two-Time National Champion Brianna Banks Has Big Plans

Brianna Banks will play her final game at the BJC tonight. The senior guard transferred from UConn two seasons ago and is the leading veteran presence on this young Lady Lions team.

President Barron Coauthors Op-Ed On State Budget Failure

President Eric Barron publicly criticized state legislators in light of the budget crisis that has left schools without funding and students without financial aid. The message was clear: “There are only two options here: Choose to invest in our future or continue to punish our students and employees while elected officials battle over unrelated issues.”

The HUB Lawn Will Be Back In Business In April

After being closed for maintenance, the HUB lawn will once again be a prime location for tanning, carnivals, fairs, speakers, and concerts.

The Wailers Bring Legendary Trench Town Sound To State Theatre

Bob Marley’s original band, The Wailers, stopped by State College Tuesday night for a historic night of Reggae and positive vibes at the State Theatre.

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