As July approaches, the days will get longer and hotter. With that, the need for a cold dessert only grows stronger.
Summer in State College has certainly begun, and if air conditioning and popsicles aren’t cooling you down, don’t worry — The Daily Collegian has your back with a list of places to swim around town.
Portland, Oregon, rapper Aminé took the stage at Penn State’s Movin’ On music festival. His performance followed Fitz and The Tantrums' set and preceded Jack Harlow.
After opening acts The Women’s National Hockey League and The Aces performed at the 2022 Movin’ On music festival, indie pop and neo-soul band Fitz and The Tantrums took the stage around 6:30 p.m.
After Movin’ On was canceled in 2020 and held online in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, Penn State’s annual music festival has made its long-awaited return to campus.
After playing nearly 20 shows this year, bassist Rob Borysiewicz described State College band Mellow Honey as “so much more than a psych[adelic] rock band.”
After playing many house shows throughout State College since November 2021, the members of local band No Thanks have set themselves apart from other bands in the area because they are “very improvisational,” bassist Ryan “Weastie” Weast said.
Penn State is home to a range of songs that are instantly recognized by students. Found in Penn State playlists across Spotify, these songs — from party anthems to football chanting classics — are crucial for new students to know before coming to Happy Valley.