Author: Ben Rappaport

is a junior English and Journalism major at Penn State. He loves spending way too much money on concerts and music festivals. Ben can usually be found walking around campus listening to Kanye West. A fun fact about him is he once was resuscitated from unconsciousness by Pusha T's verse on the song "Mercy." Feel free to contact him at [email protected] or follow him on twitter at @Benrappp.

Music Monday: The Perfect Study Playlist

This week’s Music Monday is all about studying. The playlist includes some nice calming house music combined and some indie-electric alternative songs.

Men’s Basketball Beats ULM 54-50 In An Electric Rec Hall

Penn State men’s basketball competed in a scrappy contest against the University of Louisiana at Monroe Saturday. The Nittany Lions came out on top 54-50 despite ULM playing Penn State tough the entire time.

OS Cribs: The Best Studio Apartment In State College

Some people think of studio apartments as glorified dorms. However, like every living situation, it all comes down to what you make of the space. Patrick made the most of his with the decision to turn his regular studio apartment into something extraordinary.

10 Questions With Movin’ On Executive Director Jeremy Book

Penn State’s annual spring music festival, Movin’ On, has been around for 41 years now and it’s only getting better. We sat down with this year’s festival executive director, Jeremy Book, to find out a little more about the big show and everything that foes into it.

Music Monday: Holiday Edition

Get in the holiday spirit with our holiday edition of Music Monday, featuring a mix of lesser-known hits and classics.

Sandy Barbour Named No. 11 On Forbes’ List Of Most Powerful Women In Sports

Barbour beat out some very notable names including former Condoleezza Rice, Maria Sharapova, and Danica Patrick.

Penn State And Maryland To Compete In First-Ever Toys 4 Tots Challenge

Penn State and Maryland are looking to add more fuel to the fire in their budding Big Ten rivalry. The two competing schools’ men’s and women’s basketball programs will partner with Toys 4 Tots — a charity foundation that collects and donates new, unwrapped toys to less fortunate children.

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