Author: Yuka Narisako

Yuka legally immigrated to the United States via airplane in 1996 from the small island nation of Japan. Since then she has migrated throughout the country and now identifies herself as a senior majoring in Architectural Engineering. The Shandygaff is her Happy Place, though she was once kicked out of the establishment after breaking her shoe and screaming “I LOVE DAY DRINKING. I’M HAVING FUN.” Yuka is overly enthusiastic about life in general, but especially Ja Rule, Halloween, and the puffy black vest she purchased from the Gap. You can reach her at [email protected], or through Twitter @yukahontass.

You’re Not Embarrassing, You’re Just Fun: Yuka Narisako’s Senior Column

I’ve spent the last five years at Penn State, not because I failed a handful of classes, but because I chose my major somewhat blindly not realizing it was a five year program until after I submitted my application. Five years later, I’m about to get a bachelor’s, a master’s, and a minor over the course of one weekend.

Penn Stater Eliraz Katz Wins National Powerlifting Championship

Step aside, bros. Eliraz Katz lifts, and now she’s the 2015 National Powerlifting champion.

Men’s Gymnastics To Host Big Ten Championships This Weekend

It’s the most exciting weekend of the year. And yes, this is because the 2015 Big Ten Championships for men’s gymnastics will be held this weekend in Rec Hall.

Power Ranking The HUB’s New Seating

Some might think it’s too early to judge the HUB’s new seats when they’ve barely been sat on, but we like to pick and choose our favorite resting spot like the territorial mammals we are.

Leah And Colleen Patrick: A Legacy Of THON Devotion

Coming from a family of strong leadership with THON, Colleen and Leah Patrick are no different from their older siblings when it comes to their devotion to the Four Diamonds Fund.

Things As Large As Delta Upsilon’s Letters

It’s easy to notice Delta Upsilon’s gigantic yellow letters in the crowd at the BJC. We’ve come up with some figures to help you put the size of these letters in perspective.

Our 2014 Bold Predictions Were So, So Incorrect

Dear hindsight, I hate you. If I’ve learned anything so far in the year 2015, it’s the fact that the states of Michigan and Ohio do not shovel their interstates adequately, and that I am the world’s worst fortune teller. Let’s take a look at the bold, but foolish predictions we made last year.

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