Author: Shawn Inglima

About the Author

Shawn Inglima

Penn State Alumni with a degree in Journalism and English. Currently an intern at the New York Daily News.

View from Above: Bryce Jordan Center

This 400,000 square foot multipurpose facility was established on January 6, 1996. Just across the street from Beaver Stadium on Curtin Road, this 16,000 seat center is known for hosting "circuses, sports exhibitions, family shows, commencements, lectures, and Big Ten Basketball, as well as some of the top-name performers in the music entertainment industry." Not to mention the location of THON's 46 hour dance marathon weekend.

IFC Attempts to Stop State Patty’s Day

On Monday night, the Interfraternity Council announced their ban on fraternities hosting State Patty's Day parties. The IFC is hoping for a sober Penn State on February 25th, and instead plans to involve students in a (sober) "philanthropic event" in the downtown area.

DAYGLOW Coming To Happy Valley

According to a post on their Facebook page, Happy Valley is about to get a new paint job. Find out when DAYGLOW is coming to Penn State.

VS Fashion Show: A Woman’s Perspective

What a better way to recover from the national binge eating holiday than to watch extremely skinny super models strut their...ahem, tits on the glitterized runway. I'm sorry, I would say "strut their stuff," but there's no stuffing involved. I spent the entire day anticipating a giant turkey sandwich I'd be having for dinner when I finally got home, but instead of reaching into my fridge to grab my Thanksgiving leftovers, I sat on my couch drinking a glass of water and wishing I had a celery stick the gnaw on. When the first model came onto the runaway, the first thing I that slipped out of my mouth was "Goddamn, I need a gym membership."

Review: The Asylum’s Haiti Fundraiser Concert

Last night, Altoona locals Eyes Wide performed along side Russell Dauberman and Andrew Woomer at Waring Commons for The Asylum Haiti fundraiser. With a five dollar donation at the door, students relaxed to an acoustic setting that reminded me of a camp fire or an open-mic night at a cafe.

View from Above: Ford Building

Check out the latest installment in our View From Above series, this time featuring shots taken from the roof of the Ford Building, home of the College of Health and Human Development.

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