Joe Paterno was such a man that even after his passing he will continue his life mission to "make an impact" with the founding of the Paterno Foundation. More details and information will be released in the coming weeks as the foundation is still in its early stages.
Michael Oren, the Israeli Ambassador to the United States, will speak on campus tonight about American foreign policy and the role of Israel as one of America's most important allies in the Middle-East. The event is scheduled for 7:00 pm in 111 Wartik and is structured as an open forum. Oren will be available for questions that anyone might have.
It comes with great regret and sadness that I write these words: Clem's Wood-Fired BBQ has closed. It will only be temporary, though, as they look to find a location that will be big enough to meet their needs.
For the LGBTA community, this week is Pride Week. As their website says, this week "is a time to be who you are and show the campus community our pride!" An assortment of events are planned throughout the rest of the week.
Loni Love, former electrical engineer turned stand-up comedian, will perform in Alumni Hall Tuesday, April 3 at 8:00pm. Love was named one of the "Top 10 Comics to Watch" by Variety and Comedy Central. Campus Activity Magazine named her "Hot Comic" in 2009.
Penn State's Advanced Vehicle Team will be hosting an event to show off their design architecture plan for the car they're building for the EcoCAR 2 competition. The event will be held on Wednesday, March 28th from noon to 3:00 pm outside the Thomas D. Larson Pennsylvania Transportation Institution on University Drive and Hastings Road. Everyone is welcome to come check out the architecture design of the car and meet the members of the team.