The Bryce Jordan Center announced this morning that Keith Urban would be making a stop in State College as part of his "Light the Fuse" tour. The country star will be playing a show with Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch on Friday, November 22.
Internships have now become the foundation of entry into a career field, in some cases effectively replacing the "entry level." Not only are they increasingly necessary for advancing your career (sounds strange to say as a 20-year-old), but they aren't easy to get and they are often unpaid, and sometimes they don't even promise the kind of advancement they once did. You can't get a job because you don't have experience, and you can't get that experience if you don't get hired somewhere.
Downtown State College may be filled with green this Saturday, but if you want to drink, you won't be able to do so at the bars. The Tavern Association of State College reached an agreement today with the Campus-Community Partnership on Dangerous Drinking, in which they agreed to stop all alcohol sales on State Patty's Day.
Members of the Tavern Association of State College met at Old Main on Friday afternoon to discuss the possibility of closing bars on State Patty's Day. No such decision has yet been made.
Ask anyone what the most emotional parts of THON are, and Family Hour will, year after year, certainly appear on that list. This year was no different as Four Diamonds families strolled across the stage at the Bryce Jordan Center and four shared their stories of their children's battles with cancer.
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