Newsletter for April 27th - May 4th
Movin' On Spring Music Festival
A Penn State tradition now in its 37th year, Movin’ On brings the top
music of today, tomorrow, and yesterday together this Friday outside the Bryce Jordan Center from 3:30 pm -11 pm. Enjoy a fun-filled day of diverse music, exciting events, and plenty of freebies
donated by generous corporate and local sponsors, all in a
substance-free environment and at no charge to students or guests. Local bands as well as national artists Little Big Town, Lupe Fiasco and A.O.R. will be part of the lineup. (more info)
AAUW Used Book Sale
The State College AAUW Used Book Sale (May 7-10) is one of the largest on the East
Coast, attracting dealers and private patrons from as far away as Maine,
Georgia, Iowa, Maryland, New York and Ohio. Last year, more than 9,000
people took advantage of the bargains offered during the 4-day sale. Monday, May 9th, is Half-Price Day and Tuesday, May 10th, is Bag Day. On Bag Day customers will be able to buy a bag of books for $5.00. (more info)
Education Rally: Several hundred supporters of public education rallied in Bellefonte on
Tuesday. Organizers emphasized the event's positive aspect, but
participants were strongly united in the negative. (read)
More Local Job Cuts: Jostens plans to cut 230 of its roughly 260 State College-area jobs by
the third quarter of 2011. (read)
PSU Student Assaulted: The Penn State student found unconscious Saturday morning in downtown State College was assaulted about 2:20 a.m. that day. (read)
Clinton Spokesman: Philip J. "P.J." Crowley, a former U.S. State Department spokesman under
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, will hold a key chair at the Penn
State Dickinson School of Law. (read)
Soccer Goals Stolen: Two soccer goals valued at $2,000 were reported stolen recently from Tom Tudek Memorial Park. (read)
Hockey Coach Hired: Touting values and his on-ice accomplishments, Guy Gadowsky was
introduced as Penn State's first NCAA Division I men's ice-hockey coach. (read)
A Revolutionary Affair
Come and experience the Colonial Period at the PA Military Museum in Boalsburg this Saturday and Sunday with examples of several
standing armies that occupied American Continent during the
Revolutionary War. Hessian and Brunswick German allies of the British
will encamp on the grounds demonstrating the field life of the contract
soldier in the service of King George. (more info)
Who did The Rock not play football for?
1. Freedom (PA) High School
2. Miami Hurricanes
3. Calgary Stampeders
4. Pittsburgh Steelers
Last week's answer:
16 billion - Americans consume how many jelly beans at Easter?
Partly sunny and less humid
Partly sunny; more humid in the p.m.
Periods of sun, a t-storm in the p.m.
Cooler with a shower and t-storm around
Variably cloudy with a passing shower
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