Author Mario Di Paolo
Attending your 1st THON is a memory you will never forget. These Penn State freshmen share their thoughts on what it’s like to be here for the first time.
THON is not just for University Park students: undergraduates from campuses such as Abington, Harrisburg, and Altoona all traveled to Happy Valley to help support the kids and dancers.
With THON less than an hour away, a variety of musical acts and performers took to the stage to warm up the Bryce Jordan Center.
The THON spirit begins to echo through Bryce Jordan Center and volunteers decorated the donation stations as the different seasons of the year.
Looking to capitalize on Penn State’s vast fitness community, alumnus James Klemick offers knowledge and supplements at his new Coalition Nutrition store on E. College Ave.
The first time I got in a fight, I was sleeping on a couch after a night of drinking. Some kid though I looked at his johnson while he was peeing outside, so he dragged me off the couch and punched me three times in the jaw. I didn’t fight back, which is something I’ve always regretted. Since then, I have refrained from fighting, mostly because I’m a glasses-wearer.
Students gathered at Eisenhower Auditorium last night to attend the For the Glory Talent Show, hosted by the 2011 Penn State Homecoming Student Court. In a night filled with music, dancing, and laughter, individuals from various student organizations took to the stage to showcase their talents.