THE MORNING GETAWAY!
with Angela & Jason
Weekdays from 6am – 10am
Weekdays from 10am – 3pm
Weekdays from 3pm – 7pm
Weekdays from 7pm – Midnight
You can play every Friday at 9am!
WHERE Medlar Field
The Color Run is back! Penn State Homecoming is bringing you the Shine Tour 2015. You can still sign up! Check out thecolorrun.com/penn-state/ to sign up.
“The Color Run, also known as the Happiest 5k on the Planet, is a unique paint race that celebrates healthiness, happiness and individuality. Now the single largest event series in the world, The Color Run has exploded since our debut event. We have more than tripled our growth, hosting more than 300 events in 50+ countries in 2014.”
Courtesy of thecolorun.com
WHERE Alumni Hall in the HUB-Robeson Center on Penn State Campus
“The Homecoming Dance Competition and Concert occur the Sunday before Homecoming week. The Dance Competition highlights performance organizations from throughout the Penn State Community while the concert serves to entertain students and excite them for the festivities to come.”
WHERE Pollock Courtyard on Penn State Campus
“Pollock Party occurs during the Monday of Homecoming Week and serves as a kick-off to Homecoming. It occurs in the Pollock Courtyard in Pollock Halls. This carnival-inspired atmosphere allows students to “return to their roots” while introducing freshmen to the Penn State Family.”
WHERE Eisenhower Auditorium
“The For the Glory Talent Show displays the vast array of talents possessed by our student body. Organizations and pairs show their creativity and skills through skits, dances, speeches, and musical acts. Competitors are challenged to incorporate their individual Homecoming theme and the 2014 Homecoming Theme as well. The show is judged by invited esteemed faculty and students.”
WHERE HUB-Robeson Center on Penn State Campus
“Past to Present is a celebration held in the HUB that highlights not just our current successes but Penn State history as well. This event lasts from 11am to 3 pm and consists of performances by Penn State organizations, lots of food, and activities including a Penn State museum. Come out and learn about PSU history while having the chance to win prizes and socialize with fellow Penn Staters!”
WHERE Old Main Lawn on Penn State Campus
“The Best of Penn State Carnival is one of the largest events that Homecoming puts on throughout the Homecoming year. It is a huge celebration on Old Main lawn that will engage all members of the student body, alumni, and community of State College. There will be many different activities for people to participate in such as carnival games and inflatables. Not to mention there will be various performances from different Penn State organizations, and a DJ to provide entertainment. We will also be offering various carnival foods such as popcorn, sno-cones, and cotton candy, all free of charge. While the carnival is taking place, there will also be bell tower tours provided by the Lion Ambassadors so that people can get a chance to see the top of Old Main and look down at the campus. Best of Penn State aims to be one of the best carnivals that people will experience during their time at Penn State and helps to conclude the Pride Events portion of Homecoming week.”
WHERE Hintz Alumni Center on Penn State Campus
“The annual Homecoming Parade brings together students, alumni, faculty, and staff members all across the Penn State community through a procession down the University Park Campus and downtown State College area. Every year, we welcome back the Alumni Chapters who travel from all around the country to attend or walk in the Parade. We welcome these alumni, as well as students, to the Ice Cream Social in Hintz Alumni Center before the Homecoming Parade. Spectators line up along College Avenue to watch the students demonstrate their school pride by designing an elaborate float for the Float Competition or walk along the Parade route with their organization. The Grand Marshall and Honorary Grand Marshall ride in convertibles along with all members of the Student, First Year, and Faculty courts. Various members of the Penn State community are also welcome to partake in the Homecoming Parade.”