SPA To Host Pete Davidson For Virtual Q&A March 9

Penn State’s Student Programming Association will host “Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson for a virtual question and answer session on Tuesday, March 9.

The virtual Q&A will begin at 8 p.m. that night. SPA is working alongside WPSU Radio to stream the lecture.

Penn State students can use this link to sign up for the event and submit questions for Davidson’s session. The session will be moderated by Alex Moffat, one of Davidson’s fellow “Saturday Night Live” cast members.

Davidson joined “Saturday Night Live” in September 2014 on its 40th-season premiere and has remained as a cast member ever since. He was the first SNL cast member born in the 90s to join the show and remains one of the youngest in program history.

Additionally, Davidson’s gone on to star in several films, including “The King Of Staten Island,” a “semi-biographical” film that borrows from Davidson’s persona life and upbringing. He’s also launched a successful stand-up comedy career and produced several comedy specials, most recently Netflix’s “Alive From New York.”

Like every SPA event, Davison’s Q&A is free for Penn State students and funded by their student-initiated fee. Students will need to verify themselves using their WebAccess IDs before entering the virtual event.

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