It looks like one Penn State student has allegedly been taking advantage of the new unlimited bandwidth in Pollock Halls.
Monthly Archives: March, 2013
For two years, Glenn Carson has played the most important position on Penn State’s defense, yet still managed to go unnoticed at times, overshadowed by bigger and more decorated names. Now, as the revered Michael Mauti and Gerald Hodges set their sights on an NFL career, it is up to the senior middle linebacker to help carry on the mantel of backer U, surrounded by an inexperienced supporting cast.
Breaking with the pattern of traditional rock and roll, indie, and EDM artists to come through Penn State, the Student Programming Association announced today that metalcore band As I Lay Dying will play a show at Alumni Hall on Friday, April 5th.
Looking for a haircut anytime soon? Onward State has created a list of some of the best salons and barber shops in town. If you’re confused or puzzled as to where to get your shiny locks trimmed or cut, keep on reading to figure out which hair service best suits your desires.
Every “All Sinner’s Eve,” or Thursday, Gary Cattell preaches outside the Willard Building, just like he has been doing for the past 30 years. We decided to ask the Willard Preacher a few questions about his thoughts on Easter, and how students celebrate the religious holiday.
The Nittany Lions have crawled out to a 5-15 overall record so far this year. Today, they host their first conference series of the season this weekend against Purdue. Today’s first pitch is slated for 4:05 p.m., while Saturday and Sunday’s games begin at 2:05 p.m. and 1:05 p.m., respectively.
While fans might look for this year’s version of Allen Robinson or Zach Zwinak to seemingly come out of nowhere and assume a major role, there are several under the radar players to look for to make major contributions for Penn State in 2013.
It wasn’t exactly the easiest two weeks, but Katelyn Mullen and Brenden Dooley can now officially call themselves the President and Vice President of UPUA. About 8 percent of the student body voted — 11 percent lower than last years voter turnout.
Jay and Sue Paterno plan to speak at an anual child abuse prevention event in Harrisburg on April 10, according to a report in WGAL News 8.
Kyle Baublitz has gone relatively unnoticed during his first two active seasons with the Nittany Lions, but many of his teammates believe that is about to change. The junior defensive tackle is turning heads this spring and impressing many.
Penn State wrestling had a 13-1 dual meet record this year, but blowing out teams that are ranked 52nd isn’t impressive anymore. Penn State should be wrestling more competitive out of conference opponents.
We all know what it’s like to get pizza delivered: you order the pizza then spend the next forty minutes asking how much longer until the pizza arrives, but what is it like to be the person that carries the key to your happiness from the pizza restaurant to your home? I took one for the team and sacrificed my Saturday night to walk a mile in a pizza delivery guy’s shoes.
Say goodbye to counting out change every time you get a ticket. Penn State now accepts LionCash and credit cards for all parking transactions.
After multiple outstanding fall seasons, the Penn State Nittany Lion women’s athletic teams have established themselves as the leading Division I university of the Capital One Cup Challenge. Having obtained 77 points thus far in the 2012-2013 year, the Nittany Lions are scarcely in the lead, just edging out the University of Oregon (76 points) for the current #1 spot. Can PSU keep it up to win the Cup and the big bucks?
Today is UPUA Election Day, and with it comes an opportunity for all undergraduate students to submit their votes for elected posts in the UPUA Executive Board and within the General Assembly. Take a look at the complete list of candidates and voter information during today’s UPUA election.
Ever since the Jerry Sandusky Scandal broke in November of 2011, Penn State students have been vocal about the situation since the very start. During the months following it seemed as though you couldn’t get on or without seeing someone express their dismay for Sandusky, their praise for Joe Paterno, and any other opinion they possibly had. So why don’t we care about expressing our opinion about the new future president?
With just over a month left of classes, Penn State students are frantically searching for something to look forward to before the ominous cloud of Finals Week comes into sight. Luckily there are 10 concerts that are taking place in Happy Valley to serve as a beam of hope for all those who are stressing out with this semester.
After winning their third consecutive NCAA title, what will Penn State have to do to win a fourth?