Everyone knows Paul Suhey has a tough task ahead of him if he wants to win reelection to the Board of Trustees. A letter released today signed by 11 former Penn State football lettermen -- including Franco Harris, Todd Blackledge, Michael Robinson, and Lydell Mitchell -- calls out Suhey specifically, and urges fellow lettermen to not vote for him in the upcoming Board of Trustees election.
Bob Costas is taking another look at the Freeh Report. When he first commented on it last July, he had only read summaries of the document, and not the 267-page report itself. Now, in order to give the report and its assertions a fuller look, Costas is going to host a program, "a further examination of this issue in a month or two" on NBC discussing the issues in more detail.
If you love baby animals and ice cream (do people who don't like either of those even exist?) then the College Of Agricultural Sciences has an event for you! Tomorrow from 10-4 is the College's annual Ag Day, an event with the purpose of showcasing why agriculture is important in our every day lives.
Some call him a savior. Some call him the worst thing to ever throw a football in the NFL. We all call him Tim Tebow. After winning the Heisman Trophy, leading the Denver Broncos to the playoffs in 2011, and becoming Skip Bayless' best friend, Tim Tebow has only one thing left to do: Conquer the lecture tour and win the hearts of the denizens of America (as part of his plot to take over the world).
Leonard Bernstein's Mass is coming to Penn State. Mass will be performed as part of a collaboration between Penn State's School of Music, School of Theatre and Center for the Performing Arts, at 7:30 p.m. on April 5th and 6th and 2:00 p.m. on April 6th in the Eisenhower Auditorium.
Expand your horizons, like your parents are always obnoxiously telling you. The Sustainable Agriculture Club will be screening the documentary, American Meat, on Wednesday, April 3, at 7:45 p.m in 101 Thomas. The film examines American farming and meat production at a crossroads, and how farmers, as producers, are dealing with the present and future of meat production, from diverse angles like hog, poultry, and cattle.