The Sierra Club Moshannon Group is sponsoring the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour's trip to State College. Award-winning documentaries and short films will be shown tonight and Wednesday at The State Theatre downtown. Student tickets are $12 and can be bought at The State Theatre or at Appalachian Outdoors.
The semester may be winding down, but Greek organizations on campus are still actively involved and eagerly awaiting Greek Week. We caught up with Greek Week Overall Shannon Fusina, and learned that it is about much more than themed socials and day-longing.
California Tanning Express, a new tanning salon, opened a month ago. Their addition to downtown State College was a long time coming and provides interested students with a cleaner, more reputable option than The Bronze or Ultimate Tans. Read more after the jump.
Find out all you need to know about Movin' On, a free music festival being held on campus on April 29.
Check out the amazing spring break book list that we have compiled. Whether you're on a beach or just lying in bed relaxing, we recommend cracking open one (or more) of these great reads with your drink of choice. But if the only literature you plan on reading next week is the drink menu at your swim-up hotel bar, we're not passing any judgment.
My mother is what I like to refer to as a "helicopter parent." She hovers. She nags. She calls me sixteen times a day just to make sure that I'm still breathing, to check that I'm going to class, and to find out any new dirt on my younger brother's life. She is everything a stereotypical Jewish mother should be and it's all out of love. But she also has a Facebook.
Send this to a friend