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In celebration of the upcoming music festival, Movin' On will host student performances in the HUB Wednesday.
“Inevitably you’re going to make a mistake, and they love it when you make a mistake.”
It's not every day a band gets to perform at a venue as storied as the IM Fields, but Lenina Crowne is no stranger to this legendary stage.
"I love writing and comedy, and I care about social issues, specifically sexual assault, so I decided to go from there."
In addition to performers from the Penn State figure skating team, Nittany Valley Figure Skating Club, and the Pegula Learn to Skate program, this year's show will feature American national and international skater Emmanuel Savary and Brazilian national champion Isadora Williams.
Socio-political comedian W. Kamau Bell brought his act "The Bell Curve: Ending Racism in About an Hour" to Alumni Hall in the HUB Tuesday night, courtesy of SPA.
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