Barrage, Gas, & Soy Sauce Overdose

Editor’s note: The Saturday before last I watched at least 10 large flocks of geese honking their way north.  They were followed, 12 hours later, by 15 inches of snow.  No one on the ground was amused.


Barrage, the high-octane, super talented group of musicians is coming to MU Sunday, March 27 at 7 p.m. in Straughn.  Check out this video and I’ll just bet you’ll want to see them live.


Grammy and Pulitzer Prize winner George Crumb will be here Thursday, March 24 at 8 p.m. in Steadman for a concert of his works.


Speaking of music, here’s a new video on our music technology program. Share it with others.


In case you missed this, Scott Paterno, in his blog last week, makes the argument that if there have to be cuts in PA higher education, all $314 million of Penn State’s state appropriation  should be eliminated and reallocated to the 14 PASSHE institutions.

As Jake says in The Sun Also Rises: “Isn’t it pretty to think so?”


For all you Marcellus Shale geeks (and it should be everyone in this region,) the PA Department of Environmental Protection  has created an Oil and Gas Report which gives production reports, waste reports, and well details among other information.


Warning: do not drink a bottle of soy sauce as a University of Virginia freshman did on a dare while pledging.  Of  course, his rush to the hospital may have had something to do with meal made of dog food, matzo balls and gefilte fish that is a pledge tradition.

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03 2011

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  1. Audrey Patterson #

    Does Mansfield offer Kindermusik programs? Where can I find more info or who can I call.

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      Sorry for the late reply. No, Mansfield does not offer Kindermusik. I’m not sure in this area where it might be offered but I’ll check.

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