Sunday is the big day for thousands of rodent and football fans. This year, Groundhog Day coincides with Super Bowl Sunday. New Jersey’s Meadowlands will host the game, marking the first time a Super Bowl will be played outdoors in a cold weather state. Stormy weather is in the forecast and according to groundhog day legend, a Super Bowl storm should mean an early spring. Here’s hoping.
MU student Da’Quan Jones hit a half-court shot during halftime of the men’s basketball game last Saturday to win a record $400 in the PSECU Half Court Shootout. The next Half Court Shootout will be during the women’s and men’s half times against Cheyney on Saturday, Feb. 8.
Check out these recent videos. The WBRE’s PA Live Show stopped by and got a lesson on the history of North Hall. In a seperate taping, Cole Black, PR Director of Student Government Association talks about the SGA’s important role on campus.
The third episode of The Singing Historian Roy Justice series is also live. In this episode, Justice performs several of his favorite American songs and tells the fascinating stories behind them.
MU President Hendricks is the subject of an article published in the Huffington Post. Matthew Lynch wrote “Diverse Conversations: You Can Go Back Home.”
Artist Ben Van Dyke’s work will be featured in the Loomis Gallery in Allen Hall. The opening is Monday Feb 3, from 4-6pm.
Byron Motley will speak at North Manser on Feb 5th as part of Black History Month and in celebration of diversity. Motely, a lecturer, filmmaker author and entertainer will talk about “Negro Baseball Leagues-An American Legacy.”