Is It Too Early For A Fall Playlist?
While it’s not technically fall yet, the end of Labor Day Weekend means summer is essentially dead. If you’re anything like me, this is amazing news.
Everyone: Sucks that summer is ending
— mean plastic (@meanpIastic) August 25, 2016
Sure, the carefree atmosphere of summer is great, but is anyone else sick of sweating? Especially here at Penn State, I’m already beyond tired of waking up in sweatshirt weather and eating lunch in a pool of my own sweat. I try to live in the moment, but the two weeks of fall we get in Happy Valley are the absolute best time of year and it isn’t a contest.
*sees one leaf on the ground* pic.twitter.com/G7CB20PcRX
— Bitch Problems (@FemaleTexts) September 4, 2016
Here’s a fall-themed playlist for those of us who already know our Halloween costumes and already have pumpkin-flavored recipes brewing in our heads. It’s a blend of Halloween jams (I know, way too soon), some indie, introspective,~deep~ music you should walk around and stare at the foliage to, and some of the latest hits. We’re one step closer to pumpkin everything.
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Pat Freiermuth provided all of the offense that the Nittany Lions needed to take down Rutgers in Piscataway.
Parsons made seven tackles and recorded a strip sack in the Nittany Lions’ victory over Rutgers on Saturday.
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