Newsletter for April 18th - April 25th
Are you ready for some football? The Blue-White
Game, a great chance for football fans to get a look at the 2012
squad, is this Saturday at Beaver Stadium. Admission and parking are FREE. There is plenty
happening in conjunction with the game, including fireworks, a carnival,
autograph sessions and MORE! Our Blue-White Weekend page has details,including tailgating recipes and a list of all the events happening throughout the weekend. (more info)
You can pick up your single-game tickets for the Spikes upcoming
season starting this Friday at 5 p.m. as
part of a free, fun, family event at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park.
TicketFest 2012 will include an array of fun activities throughout the
evening culminating with a spectacular ballpark fireworks display
in partnership with Penn State Athletics as part of Blue-White Weekend.
Also, enjoy fan batting practice, catch on the field, live music, kids
and interactive learning activities, and the Spikes Ultimate Door Prize
Giveaway. (More info)
PSU Sandusky Fees: Dealing with the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse case has cost Penn State
$7,577,643. Internal investigation and crisis communications make up
the bulk of its expenses. (read)
Curley, Schultz: Tim Curley and Gary Schultz asked a judge on Tuesday to allow more time to file pre-trial motions for their perjury case.
BOT Audit: The decision to independently audit the May 3 Board of Trustees Election was part university-driven, part candidate-requested.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Plaza: State College Borough Council took at least one big step on when it voted to rename Fraser Plaza after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (read)
Corbett Blasts ESPN: Twelve days after a scathing article run by ESPN Tom Corbett blasted
the organization, calling the article "totally, factually wrong." (read)
Earth Day Spring Scavenger Hunt
Enjoy Earth Day this Sunday from 2-4:00pm at the Millbrook Marsh Nature Center with this kid-based, eco-friendly scavenger hunt.
Families will work together in the marsh to find (but not disturb) real
birds nests, explore the marsh for signs of spring, and have a fun time
together! This event is FREE but donations are appreciated. (more info)
Thomas Edison, light bulb inventor, was afraid of the dark.
Mostly sunny and very warm
Partly sunny and warm; a p.m. t-storm
Some sun, warm and humid; a p.m. t-storm
Partly sunny, a t-storm in the afternoon
Warm with sun and clouds; a p.m. t-storm
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