PSU news by
Penn State's student blog

Topics

More

Author: Matt Westlake

About the Author

Matt Westlake

Toona '12. Main '14. Creamery for life.

To Pledge or Not to Pledge?

I recall thinking about college all the time when I was younger. Penn State was the only choice (of course), however there was always the question of whether or not I would join a frat. So in honor of rush week I comprised a small list of pros and cons to look over and decide for yourself.

Annual Football Eve Celebration Tonight

There are many great pre-game traditions which surround Penn State football - the bus, the flip, and of course the stadium wide "We Are" Chant - but before all those get underway, there is Football Eve. Entrance and parking are free, festivities start at 6, and the pep rally begins at 7pm.

The Do’s and Don’ts of THON Captain Applications

I have been through the application process, and I know first hand that it is nerve-racking. So after talking to a couple overalls, as well as looking back on my experience, I have come up with a short do's and dont's list for filling out THON captain applications.

New Society Aims to Protect Old State Traditions

As students of The Pennsylvania State University tradition not only drives us, it defines us. While the newly created Nittany Valley Society may not be protecting some of the more collegiate traditions, the society plans on protecting the culture and heritage in central Pennsylvania.

Ohio State Game Declared White Out

The White Out game will return to its origins this year against THE Ohio State University. The White Out game has become an annual Penn State classic and is one of the main reasons why our student section has been named as the best in the country for the past few years.

The Breakup of Silas Redd and Penn State

Break-ups happen all the time, and unfortunately they hurt. We take a look back at Silas Redd's time at PSU and the impact he has made.

« Previous Next »

Send this to a friend