Newsletter for April 25th - May 2nd
Penn State University prides itself in its rich traditions: The Nittany
Lion, JoePa, Beaver Stadium, the Blue Band, scholastic excellence, and,
since 1974, a FREE TO EVERYONE spring music festival called Movin’ On.
As perhaps the largest student-run music festivals in the country, and a
Penn State tradition now in its 38th year, Movin’ On brings the top
music of today, tomorrow, and yesterday together as a celebration of
those graduating Nittany Lions “movin’ on” in their academic and
professional lives. This Friday, April 27, starting at 3:00pm. Lineup includes: The Avett Brothers, Ludacris, Young the Giant and David Mayfield Parade. (more info)
Happy Valley's Got Talent
This is your moment to be a Star! Bring your talent to the stage and
shine. The Second Annual Happy Valley's Got Talent event
will be held at The State Theatre this Saturday. This show is community
showcase the amateur talent in Central Pennsylvania's "Happy Valley"
counties of Centre, Clearfield, Clinton, Blair, Cambria and Mifflin. Two
performance times are offered: a 2 p.m. matinee and the 7p.m. evening
performance. (more info)
Bolden No.3: Penn State did not have to narrow its quarterback competition to two
finalists following the Blue-White Game. That’s good news for
junior Rob Bolden. (QB Battle)
Prime Time: The Big Ten released its prime time schedule, and Penn State will play back-to-back night games.
School Budget: The SCASD must pass a
final budget within two months, and discussion around the budget's
development Monday night highlighted how it could benefit taxpayers.
1000 Mile Run: Ten Penn State alumni are shooting for a new World Record to benefit The Kevin Dare Foundation.
(How they will do it)
Awareness: "I love consensual sex!" T-shirts and strobe lights, sexual assault
prevention literature and live DJs, rape whistles and a packed dance
floor: Indigo has it all this weekend. .
Mother's Day is coming up fast, it's time to treat your mother, wife, grandmother or any mother to something special. It is
a time of commemoration and celebration for Mom; a time of breakfast in
bed, family gatherings, and crayon scribbled "I Love You's." Visit our Mother's Day Guide to find events, projects, gift ideas, dining specials and much more. (Mother's Day Guide)
The average four year-old child asks over four hundred questions a day.
Decreasing clouds and warmer
Mild with times of sun and clouds
Rain, then snow late; cooler in the p.m.
Clouds breaking; breezy, much colder
Partly sunny and milder
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