Football

April 28th, 2016

Thanks for the Memories

They’ve been poked, prodded, mentally dissected, and have had their names batted around like a flag in the wind ever since their collegiate careers officially came to a close. This weekend, for a handful of Nittany Lions, their walk on the cattle line becomes worth it. The 2016 NFL Draft, …

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April 20th, 2016

In Trace We Trust…

I’d like to preface this piece with the understanding that according to head coach James Franklin, there is still a competition going on as the Nittany Lions head into the official lull of the offseason. Whether that’s just your typical “coach speak” or not remains to be seen. As for …

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April 20th, 2016

Blue-White Weekend Success

The weather could not have promoted a more perfect Blue-White weekend. Sunny, cloudless, and in the low 70s, fans could not have asked for better tailgating or event-viewing weather. The tailgating fields were lined with RV’s, trucks, and tents all in support of the Blue and White game. To any …

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Store Promotions

April 6th, 2016

Penn State Blue-White Weekend Must-Haves

Blue-White weekend is quickly approaching, Nittany Nation and Lions Pride has a ton of new Penn State merchandise to make your weekend a smashing success! In no particular order, we’ve made a list of our store’s must-have items for Blue-White 2016. Enjoy! 10. Vino 2 Go Enjoy your favorite red, …

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April 1st, 2016

Penn State Organization, Sisters on the Runway, Raises Funds via Fashion

This past Wednesday evening, over 200 Penn State students, alumni, and community members gathered in Heritage Hall and the HUB to help fight domestic violence by watching a fashion show. Although this may seem like an unorthodox way to fight domestic violence, this was not any ordinary fashion show. Hosted …

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November 19th, 2015

The Asterisk

I first learned about cognitive dissonance in an undergrad psych class. It’s the feeling of discomfort that results from holding two conflicting beliefs. The concept resonated so strongly with my musical background that I could almost hear it, as if it was a dissonant interval on the piano.It’s a lot …

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