Petitioning for a new gym membership agreement that includes new policies on gym etiquette seemed a little pretentious. However, here are the ten things one should never, under any circumstance, do at the gym.
For those men whose thighs have been in the dark, let me introduce to you "Chubbies," a new fashion fad started in San Francisco that Jonathon Stephens aims to start here at Penn State.
Tonight a beloved 90's themed party sponsored by Public Relations Student Society of America will be hosted at the night club. The event will begin at 10 p.m. and caters to not just 21 and up, but also minors. The first fifty people to arrive get in for free and after that 18-21 is 10 dollars, and 21 and over is 3 dollars at the door.
Today marks the end of test-driving courses, otherwise known to students as the Drop/Add period. It's time to commit. Up until now, professors have either been scaring students off with promises (threats) of pop quizzes, research papers, and impossible readings or they are about to pull a serious Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and crank out assignments once they know you are trapped in their class with no way out but late dropping.
Starting tonight, Levels Nightclub will be going south.
No, not out of business. You can all breathe a sigh of relief. The nightclub will be ditching its electronic dance music and radio hits and trading them in for a Texas hoedown every Thursday night starting this week. "Texas Thursday" will be born in response to the significant request of country music.
Hold on to your matching hats and bow ties because Penn State is hosting the ICCA Mid-Atlantic Quarterfinal A Cappella competition on Feburary 9 in the HUB. This Varsity Vocals event features 11 different a cappella groups, 5 of which are Penn State University-based groups. These include: Blue in the FACE, None of the Above, The Coda Conduct, The Pennharmonics, and The Statesmen.
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