Every school year brings the opportunity for something new and different to the Penn State community. From a new head football coach to a Greek life scandal to the girl who tames the squirrels, this year has seen its fair share of roller coaster ups and downs. Here is a list of the top ten people of note for the 2012-2013 school year.
Political heavyweights Newt Gingrich and Robert Gibbs took part in a nearly two hour debate last night in front a sold out Schwab Auditorium. The topic, “The Role of Government in Society,” was a theme laced with issues that outlined the fundamental differences between the political parties.
Penn State will host the Iowa Hawkeyes on Sunday, April 21st at 12:05pm at Medlar Field, giving a portion of student ticket sales as a donation towards next years THON. One dollar of every student ticket sold will be donated. Student tickets are two dollars at the gate and you can purchase them with your Penn State ID.
Banff Mountain Film Festival, a film festival that highlights extreme outdoor sports and remote landscapes is stopping at the State Theatre on beginning Friday, April 12 as a part of its world tour.
Announced this morning, the poppy rock group Hot Chelle Rae, presented by B94.5, will be preforming at the Bryce Jordan Center on April 21st at 7PM. Special guest Francesco will also be preforming with the group. Known mostly for their catchy electric rock hits like “Tonight, Tonight” and their collaborations with the New Boyz on “I Like It Like That,” the foursome based out of Nashville, Tennessee are no strangers to students at Penn State
With a week full of activities to raise awareness and money for the Sexual Awareness cause, the Sexual Violence Awareness group asks for volunteers from the community for help with donations to fund each event and to make Sexual Violence Awareness week a success.