The Penn Stater Daily — Feb. 10, 2014
Hail to the victors: The Nittany Lion hockey team recorded its first Big Ten victory in emphatic fashion on Saturday, shutting out 10th-ranked Michigan, 4-0, at Pegula Arena. Sophomore goaltender Matthew Skoff (above) made 32 saves, while classmate David Glen, back on the ice after missing three games to donate bone marrow, scored one of the Penn State goals.
The happiest place at sea: Ever wonder what it’s like to perform musical theater on a ship at sea? Raye Lederman ’12 dishes on that and much more in this Q&A about her time as performer on a Disney cruise ship.
For the Dance: It’s not quite THON, but the 13th annual Spirit Against Cancer dance and cheer competition Saturday at Penn State Behrend did raise more than $5,000 for cancer research. The competition brings together dozens of scholastic cheer and dance teams and honors the memory of former Behrend dance team coach Becky Hubler Decker.
An issue that matters: Penn State student leaders this month will meet (via video conference) with members of President Obama’s newly formed White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault. It’s part of an increased effort by the government and universities to prevent and raise awareness about sexual assault.
Ryan Jones, senior editor