Professional Magazine Articles
Professional Magazine Articles
While The Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts is a tradition that is celebrating its 49th edition this weekend, there will be several new aspects to the event - including the Stompers Project. Put together by the Jana Marie Foundation, the Stompers Project encourages community involvement in the design and fruition of human sculptures made out of shoes.
Putting on a production of Les Miserables, one of the most popular Broadway shows of all time, presented a huge challenge for Richard Biever, producing artistic director of Fuse Productions, but it's one, in his mind, that has been worth taking. Biever brings Fuse Productions presentation of
Bellefonte grad begins first season as Spikes GM
The Boal Barn is once again home to local theater. Nittany Theatre at the Barn begins its first season May 7 at the Boal Barn in Boalsburg with Always, Patsy Cline.
Penn State Centre Stage is giving a modern spin to William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. The production will be staged April 15-17 on Old Main lawn, and, instead of ancient Rome, the setting is a contemporary African nation. The idea is to "draw parallels between modern African
A question and answer article with the director for Penn State's Center for Women Students
Cathleen Miller circled the globe to do interviews for her book, Champion of Choice: The Life and Legacy of Women's Advocate Nafis Sadik, and, on Thursday, she'll be circling back to Penn State, where she earned her master's degree in 1997, as a part of the Mary E. Rolling Readers
Her Campus Magazine Articles/Creative Articles
Year: Senior Major: Political Science Hometown: Mendham, New Jersey HC: So what made you decide to create Serve State? KP: A group of 11 of us decided to start this group because we didn't think we could find anything on campus that was broad enough in the sense of philanthropy and service.
So it's Sunday and everyone wants to get together for the perfect last hurrah before the doom that is Monday hits. It is not just any Sunday though, it is Super Bowl Sunday. Everyone is going to be talking about the one subject you have pretended to understand for the past 21 years...football.
Coffee seethes through my veins, and I still cannot seem to keep my droopy eyes open. The clock strikes midnight as I look around at the comfy chairs in the library that are either being abandoned or occupied by students who have decided to camp out for the night.
Iman McDonnaugh graduated from Penn State with a degree in broadcast journalism but pursued her passion for fashion and is now a full-time plus-size model in New York City. Yep, she's living the dream. She took some time out of her busy schedule to answer some of our questions.
You may have heard of Marina and the Diamonds through her break through single, "Primadonna". While this ode to the "femme fatale" might in itself be catchy enough to sing in the shower, her other albums, "Electra Heart" and " The Family Jewels", have so many more songs that deserve praise.
When the warmer weather starts to creep up on State College, I always start to go into a slight frenzy... What will I wear? How can I go about my life with ease when I know I can no longer just wear my classic leggings and sweatshirt combo every day?
It's that time of year again when everyone is trying to get their plans together for the summer. Except seniors, that is. We are trying to plan what we are doing for the rest of our lives. Maybe that is a bit dramatic, but that's what it seems like sometimes.
It has been said throughout history: to truly create change, it must come from within. All of the great social movements - women's rights, gay rights, and the civil rights movement have come from a change in the everyday social landscape that results from people taking a stand.
(Photo: Catholic Philly) As everyone is trying to plan their summer internship and fall semester schedule, I am stuck here trying to figure out the rest of my life. Yes, I am a senior.
Class: Senior Major: Biomedical Engineer Hometown: Reading, PA Relationship Status: Single HC: Okay, so your new album is dropping... EW: Yeah, it's called Cathuloops. HC: What does that mean? EW: Well a cathulhu is a mythical beast who really inspired this album, and loops refer to musical repetition.
The Daily Collegian Newspaper Articles
Penn State faculty senators voted not to endorse a public statement written by past Senate chairs regarding former FBI Director Louis Freeh's report's characterization of Penn State.The statement said that Freeh's report contained false criticism of the Penn State community, and the NCAA's assertions about the Penn State culture were not only unproven, but also false.In the statement, the group of almost 30 past chairs wrote that they are "concerned that the broader circumstances around the...
The Kalob Griffin Band returns to Penn State to bring its foot-stomping sound back to where it all began.The band will be performing at Café 210 West, 210 W. College Ave., on Saturday, April 14.KGB formed at Penn State in 2009 and tries to come back to perform at their alma mater at least once a semester.
The instructor roamed the front of the classroom as he alternated between lurking over the chalkboard to jot down a problem and turning around to interact with students as they tried to solve for it.It was early - 9:05 a.m.
A dance party is happening this weekend in the White Building - an Orchesis dance party that is.Orchesis Dance Company will be performing their much-anticipated Choreographer's Showcase tonight, Saturday and Sunday in the White Hall Dance Theater, 132/133 White Building. The show will start at 8 tonight and at 1 p.m.
When the weather gets warm, those seeking an escape from the heat can stop and catch a feel-good or tear-jerker show this summer.This summer, the School of Theatre is putting on two productions - "Beehive" and "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change." Ticket prices for both shows are the same.
British accents filled the Forum building this weekend as No Refund Theatre presented its rendition of "Pygmalion.""Pygmalion" is a classic play written by George Bernard Shaw. The play was the basis of the musical and movie "My Fair Lady."The play tells the story of Phonetics Professor Henry Higgins, who bets that he can turn a typical "cockney" flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, into a lady by refining her speech.
The Student Programming Association will bring the industry-proclaimed "Comedy Ninja Assassin" back to Penn State when comedian KT Tatara returns to State College.Tatara and fellow "GI Joe Comedian" K-von will perform at 10 p.m. on Feb. 24 in the HUB-Robeson Center's Alumni Hall.
A Penn State student is creating a free, new way to integrate school and social networking.Pawel Puchalski started a website, CourseGroups.com, that is designed so a student can create an account or use a Facebook login to access it as a Facebook application, Puchalski (junior-economics) said.
David Greene stressed the importance of accuracy in reporting, especially with modern ways of communication at the Foster-Foreman Conference of Distinguished Writers Wednesday.Greene, who has worked as a journalist for the Baltimore Sun and is now a host of National Public Radio programs "Morning Edition" and "Weekend Edition," said reporters have to be careful, especially in this day in age, to stick to the fundamentals of reporting."Being fair, being accurate, and all of this power," Greene...
Penn State offers many different groups for students to join, from Greek life and THON organizations to a Paranormal Research club.The Paranormal Research Society, or PRS, is a Penn State club that has recently been reactivated by now-club president, Mitchell Cunningham.
As students get ready to travel home for the Thanksgiving holidays, National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is a somber reminder to give back to the less fortunate.This week, Nov.
Students at Penn State had an opportunity to celebrate the importance of being educated this past Friday, which was National Literacy Day.National Literacy Day was a time to reflect on how important being literate is and how those who are fortunate enough to be literate can help others who are not as lucky.