Life’s a Cabaret Part II

I dash through the theatre, only hobbling a little. My bright pink cane reflects the stage lights in a dizzy blur. I’m screaming obscenities, things so vulgar I’d never say them aloud usually.  A drunk audience member lurches into my path and nearly tips his drink on me. I roll my eyes.  I push past him and arrive at the back of the auditorium. I … Continue reading Life’s a Cabaret Part II

Lincoln Hall, PSU’s oldest building, is rich with creativity

Lincoln Hall may be the oldest building on campus, but inside you’ll find a hive of youthful energy and creativity. Home to the School of Film, the School of Music & Theater and the offices of the College of the Arts, its halls are filled with a sensory experience for the eyes and ears. Continue reading Lincoln Hall, PSU’s oldest building, is rich with creativity

Shattuck Hall blends historical charm, modern efficiency

With its open studios, contemporary fixtures, high ceilings and natural light, Shattuck Hall is a fascinating blend of early 20th Century charm and 21st Century efficiency, and an ideal setting for the School of Architecture’s approximately 300 undergraduate and master’s students. Continue reading Shattuck Hall blends historical charm, modern efficiency