Day: September 28, 2017


Beta Theta Pi Cited For Opening House To Alumni To Stay In On Football Weekends

The alumni corporation for the now defunct Penn State chapter of Beta Theta Pi was met with some criticism when it opened the house, where Timothy Piazza suffered fatal injuries, for fraternity alumni to pay to stay in for football weekends this season.


THON Director Thursday: Meet Dancer Relations Director Cara May Perrotti

We like to say, “We are here for the dancers so that they can be there For The Kids.” It is amazing to be able to help a dancer, and seeing how much it means to the kids and families.


DOTD: Torrence Brown Receives Get-Well Gift From Penn State Fan

Penn State defensive end Torrence Brown's season came to an end in week 3 when he was carted with a right knee injury during his team's victory over Georgia State. Yesterday, he received a little pick-me-up from one diehard Penn State fan.


Jazz@thePalmer Welcomes Pianist Arthur Goldstein

Now a Penn State professor, Goldstein has performed throughout various major venues worldwide as a chamber and jazz musician.


Movin’ On Seeks Student Input On 2018 Artist Selection

If I would've known we could have Shaggy at Movin' On, I would've suggested it long ago. But alas, It Wasn't Me.


Miranda Lambert Bringing Livin’ Like Hippies Tour To The Bryce Jordan Center

Even if you're not a country fan, you probably know Lambert from hit tracks like "Kerosene" and "The House That Built Me".

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