After a disappointing week with three straight losses, the softball team came back with something to prove. They’ve gone 5-1 since last Wednesday, including four straight wins in their series’ against Kent State and Buffalo.
Campus is a beautiful place to be, but one that takes an enormous amount of hard work to maintain. Fortunately, students have the opportunity to lend a helping hand to make the transition into a warm weather campus a little smoother.
The softball team’s last six games were against Big Ten Conference schools, with four of those six coming this past week. Despite a first game win against Michigan State, the team lost their next three games. The team started their week’s set of games on Wednesday, traveling to Michigan State for a doubleheader. In game one, both teams had double digit hits, but Cassidy Bell’s grand slam in the fourth inning helped Penn State win 8-6. Find out what happened in the team's next three games after the jump.
After embarrassing myself inside the women's restroom, in which a kind young lady informed me I was located, I found my seat in 102 Forum. I went in not knowing what to expect, and I left unsure of what I had witnessed. I wasn't confused. At no point during One Stage Revolution's student-directed one act plays was there a misunderstanding. I was unsure of what meaning to take from the plays due to their demand for critical thinking, and that's why I enjoyed them.
In the spirit of Arts Crawl, but not as a planned part of it, was a house show by Lucas Carpenter last night. To describe Carpenter's live performance as entertaining would be an understatement. He's a one man band, high tech style.
A labor of love. That's what last night's production of Jesus Christ Superstar by the Penn State Thespians proved to be. With three freshmen leading the cast, it would be easy to skip out on this show. And that would be a mistake.