This week, the officers of the PCC decided that they knew what was best for the organization, and that they didn't need to follow the proper protocol to get what they wanted; they would do things their own way. Sound familiar? The officers called a meeting amongst themselves with no notice given to members, and unilaterally made the decision to change the group's name. They immediately went online, changed their constitution and website, and alerted the media. All this without accepting any input from the students who sleep on the concrete every year for football tickets.
A new fad has hit Penn State, one that threatens to be greater than Pogs, Pokemon, and Yo-yos combined. They make you feel like Buzz Aldrin, and make Sketchers' ShapeUps look conservative. I'm referring, of course, to Kangoo Jumps (KJs). Already rumored to be featured on the Richard Simmons comeback exercise video (full disclosure: the author started this rumor...right now), Kangoo Jumps are taking State College by storm, in all their goofy glory.
For those of you who've never been to CollegeMansion.com, it's a very classy and upstanding site. Imagine the PlayBoy mansion, but online, and with no (total) nudity. As far as I can tell, the goal of the website is to give members of the LARPing club and creepy 60 year olds something to "look" at on Friday nights. Like all things in America, there needs to be a number 1 Mansion girl, which is why the website has been hosting a Mansion Madness head-to-head competition to crown Miss Mansion. And our very own Dakota Konstas has made the final two! Read on to learn more about Dakota...
Have you ever thought to yourself, "Self, I do believe that the CATA system is the most efficiently run in the country"? If you have, you're not alone. The American Public Transportation Association seems to think so too, as they awarded CATA manager Hugh Mose their Outstanding Public Transportation Manager Award.
Rush Limbaugh isn't the only one who wants your unused pills. On Saturday, the State College Police Department held an event that offered residents of State College a chance to safely dispose of their unused prescription pills. Residents were able to hand over their pills anonymously at a box in the police department.
This event was part of a nation-wide effort that took place this weekend, coordinated by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).