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It’s hard to hear every newly released piece of music each week, especially with a full study schedule. We listened to these five notable songs so you wouldn’t have to.
Great Insect Fair to offer public a glimpse into the world of insects
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The Entomology Department in the College of Agricultural Sciences is sponsoring the Penn State Great Insect Fair Saturday, giving the public a glimpse into the lives of insects. 
Tony-winning musical comedy ‘A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder’ brings national tour to Penn State
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“A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder” is a Tony Award-winning Best Musical, and will bring its national tour to The Eisenhower Auditorium for one performance at University Park on
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It’s hard to hear every newly released piece of music each week, especially with a full study schedule. We listened to these five notable songs so you wouldn’t have to.

It’s hard to hear every newly released piece of music each week, especially with a full study schedule. We listened to these five notable songs so you wouldn’t have to.

Macklemore – “Good Old Days (feat. Kesha)”

I can never make my mind up about Macklemore. On the one hand, he’s just a passionate dude who loves spreading a good message and making fun pop music. On the other hand, he’s a bit of a trend-hopper who makes some pretty cheesy rap. I think “Good Old Days” leans more toward the latter. Kesha’s here, delivering a big pop chorus, while Macklemore raps about living in the moment over a standard pop beat. Message aside, it feels a little too much like the kind of pseudo-inspiring pop song that strays a little too far into radio appeal. Macklemore’s “Gemini” is out now if you’d like to hear more.

 

Moses Sumney – “Make Out in My Car”

Moses Sumney is making some of America’s most fascinating alternative music out right now. His new song “Make Out in My Car” is no exception. Over a simple bass drum and finger click, Sumney builds and weaves layers of vocals and instruments into one another. It’s his schtick at this point, but boy is he good at it. A supremely talented, unique vocalist, Sumney just continues to get better and better. I’m excited to hear what he does in the future. His new album “Aromanticism” is out now.

 

Rapsody – “Power (feat. Kendrick Lamar & Lance Skiiiwalker)”

What a lineup. I wanted this to be good so badly. Kendrick and…

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It’s hard to hear every newly released piece of music each week, especially with a full study schedule. We listened to these five notable songs so you wouldn’t have to.

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The Entomology Department in the College of Agricultural Sciences is sponsoring the Penn State Great Insect Fair Saturday, giving the public a glimpse into the lives of insects.

“Many intriguing aspects of insect behavior happen at times or in places that make them difficult for people to see,” said Margarita López-Uribe, assistant professor of entomology in a release on Penn State News.

“For example, the Insect Fair will offer an exhibit on gall insects, which trick plants into building structures where the insects have protected places to feed and reproduce.”

The fair, taking place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Snider Ag Arena, will feature a nocturnal-insect tent, an insect zoo, backyard bees, butterfly tents, and more.

Admission and parking for the fair are free, but donations are encouraged to help defray costs.

Parking is available at the Centre County/Penn State Visitor Center.

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It’s hard to hear every newly released piece of music each week, especially with a full study schedule. We listened to these five notable songs so you wouldn’t have to.
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It’s hard to hear every newly released piece of music each week, especially with a full study schedule. We listened to these five notable songs so you wouldn’t have to.

Macklemore – “Good Old Days (feat. Kesha)”

I can never make my mind up about Macklemore. On the one hand, he’s just a passionate dude who loves spreading a good message and making fun pop music. On the other hand, he’s a bit of a trend-hopper who makes some pretty cheesy rap. I think “Good Old Days” leans more toward the latter. Kesha’s here, delivering a big pop chorus, while Macklemore raps about living in the moment over a standard pop beat. Message aside, it feels a little too much like the kind of pseudo-inspiring pop song that strays a little too far into radio appeal. Macklemore’s “Gemini” is out now if you’d like to hear more.

 

Moses Sumney – “Make Out in My Car”

Moses Sumney is making some of America’s most fascinating alternative music out right now. His new song “Make Out in My Car” is no exception. Over a simple bass drum and finger click, Sumney builds and weaves layers of vocals and instruments into one another. It’s his schtick at this point, but boy is he good at it. A supremely talented, unique vocalist, Sumney just continues to get better and better. I’m excited to hear what he does in the future. His new album “Aromanticism” is out now.

 

Rapsody – “Power (feat. Kendrick Lamar & Lance Skiiiwalker)”

What a lineup. I wanted this to be good so badly. Kendrick and…

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It’s hard to hear every newly released piece of music each week, especially with a full study schedule. We listened to these five notable songs so you wouldn’t have to.

Macklemore – “Good Old Days (feat. Kesha)”

I can never make my mind up about Macklemore. On the one hand, he’s just a passionate dude who loves spreading a good message and making fun pop music. On the other hand, he’s a bit of a trend-hopper who makes some pretty cheesy rap. I think “Good Old Days”…

The Entomology Department in the College of Agricultural Sciences is sponsoring the Penn State Great Insect Fair Saturday, giving the public a glimpse into the lives of insects. 
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The Entomology Department in the College of Agricultural Sciences is sponsoring the Penn State Great Insect Fair Saturday, giving the public a glimpse into the lives of insects.

“Many intriguing aspects of insect behavior happen at times or in places that make them difficult for people to see,” said Margarita López-Uribe, assistant professor of entomology in a release on Penn State News.

“For example, the Insect Fair will offer an exhibit on gall insects, which trick plants into building structures where the insects have protected places to feed…