Author: Claire Marchon
The Tea Institute and its members brew traditional teas, along with researching tea-making methods.
Full Ammo Improv performs long form, improvisational sketches, where everything is created the moment it is performed.
A nomadic, upcycling store will make its way to the courtyard outside the Palmer Art Museum next Wednesday from 2:30-5:30 p.m. The Palmer Pop Up Thrift Shop is organized by students Michael Grasso, Tessa Sontheimer, Sloane King, and Caleb Bernstein as an assignment for Art in the Anthropocene class, taught by Heather Davis.
“I’ve always known that storytelling was the way in to a kid and an adult, whether it be through poetry, through a play, through a song, through a narrative. Storytelling is who we are,” Russell said, and her works certainly embody that. We sat down with her to catalogue the life and career of one of Penn State’s leading women.
Songwriters Club offers a place for student musicians to share their original music and to collaborate with one another.
The co-creator and star of Comedy Central’s “Workaholics,” and well-known as Bumper of “Pitch Perfect,” kept the crowd laughing with his racy and often self-deprecating humor.