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The Daily Collegian for Wednesday, July 16, 2014 Wednesday, July 16, 2014 9:08 am The Daily Collegian for Wednesday, July 16, 2014 Culinary Week highlights local restaurant scene Wednesday, July 16, 2014 12:00 am

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Penn State Bakery provides goods, opportunities on campus Friday, March 29, 2013 12:00 am

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Multicultural cuisine available in abundance locally Thursday, March 28, 2013 12:00 am

Eating in town is the best way to get to know Happy Valley, and with restaurants lining every inch of downtown, it isn’t difficult to get a taste.

With the vast array of multicultural cuisine, downtown also serves as a place where those far from home may indulge themselves in comfort food, perhaps as a way to combat the unending onslaught of cold days, cloud cover and rain.

One ethnic eatery that’s difficult to miss is Herwig’s Austrian Bistro , 132 W. College Ave., “where bacon is an herb,” according to the restaurant’s website.

Zoller Gallery hosts two new graduate student exhibits Tuesday, March 27, 2012 12:00 am

For two graduate students in the School of Visual Arts, this week the Zoller Gallery will serve as a place to show their thoughts on various issues through several art forms.

As a part of their thesis requirement, James Stone and Christopher Fitzgerald will display their work in the Zoller Gallery in the Visual Arts Building until Thursday, March 29.

Although this exhibit features two separate shows for each artist, Stone (graduate-new media) said they were pleasantly surprised with how well their two aesthetics worked together.

Life doesn't have to be hard, arts staff is here to help Thursday, January 19, 2012 12:00 am

The cliché goes, “with a new year comes a new you.”

But there’s a better approach.

You don’t have to make 2012 a year for a “new” you — make it a year for a better you.

Weekly Venues Recipes: Delicious soups to keep warm Thursday, December 1, 2011 12:00 am

Sometimes during the coldest times of the year, it’s hard to find a meal that will keep you full and warm you up at the same time. Here are some classic soup recipes that will keep your meals interesting and healthy.

Potato Cheddar Soup

The key to this potato soup recipe is the cheese — it helps to make this recipe richer, creamier and more filling.

Homecoming nominees actively involved in greek life Friday, October 7, 2011 12:00 am

Kyle Lorenz and Paige Rothaus both found a home in greek life at Penn State.

“It’s like my roots here,” Rothaus (senior-advertising) said, currently serving as the Panhellenic Council president. “I had no idea that students could have such an impact on their peers.”

Rothaus became a member of Chi Omega as a freshman, when all of her friends were pledging. She said it sounded like a lot of fun at the time, but she had no plans of becoming the president of her chapter and the PHC as a whole.

Brown provides tips for cooking in college Thursday, September 29, 2011 12:00 am

Alton Brown, host of Food Network TV’s “Good Eats” and “Iron Chef America,” drew in a packed audience to start off the Student Programming Association’s Distinguished Speaker Series at the Eisenhower Auditorium on Wednesday night.

Even before the official start of the show at 8 p.m., the outside of the auditorium was swarming with Penn State students, professors and even high school students who wanted to hear the famous culinary scientist and TV personality speak.

“I’ve been a huge fan of “Good Eats” for about five years now,” Paige Wirth (junior-communication arts and sciences) said. “The show is so informative, there are always a couple things to take away from the episode and Brown is also very funny.”

Cafe Laura offers themed dinners prepared by students Thursday, July 21, 2011 12:00 am

While the lobby of Café Laura gives a tranquil vibe and the dining area feels warm and welcoming, professionally dressed servers buzz around the dining area checking on customers to make sure everything is “just careers.”

Howard said compared to all other classes in the country, Penn States is one of the few that run both the business and culinary aspects — placing it as one of the top five programs of its kind in the country.

The amount of detail that goes into preparing the dinners for Café Laura is time crunching, especially for those students participating in the summer, Rayan Alaish (senior-hotel, restaurant and institutional management) said.

Kids learn to cook at Mateer Building Monday, February 28, 2011 12:00 am

Local sixth graders gathered in the Mateer Building on Friday evening to cook up dinner — but instead of microwaving mac and cheese or boiling a few hot dogs, the middle schoolers cooked a three-course meal.

Makayla Fetzer, 12, teamed up with fellow cooks to cut up pork shoulder, belly fat and veal to make sausage. She completed it by grinding the meat in seasonings and casing it in pig intestines.

Not phased by chopping raw meat, Makayla, of State College, said she liked working with different ingredients and learning new cooking techniques.

Arts reporters explore the blog-osphere Thursday, January 20, 2011 12:00 am

We’re expanding into a new universe this semester.

It is known by many names, some archaic and some fresh, but it’s something we all use: the Internet.

The Collegian at large has taken great strides this year to increase its web content and presence. Arts staff has decided to take the initiative to follow in the same direction.

If I can cook, you can too Monday, January 10, 2011 12:00 am

I'm the epitome of over-committed. I bite off more than I can chew. I've got too many pots on the stove. I'm always running around frantic to the next activity.

Case and point: I write for the Collegian, I've started to play rugby, I help out with THON, I think my social life is pretty packed, and, oh yeah, I have another semester left of making the grade in college. I'm going, going, going all the time, sleeping when I can and drinking way too much coffee along the way, while having the time of my life.

Between all the activities, the assignments and the articles due, it's hard to find time for a decent meal that consists of more than two-day-old pizza and a can of Natty Light. But to me, eating at least a few home-cooked, freshly made meals a week helps me maintain my sanity and a functioning immune system.

Ghetto Fabulous Friday, May 14, 2010 12:00 am

In about one month and three days I'll be getting off a plane near San Francisco to start a 10-week internship with a news website in Berkeley. It's not exactly "studying abroad," but it may as well be to me. The most foreign place I've ever been is Niagara Falls, and I'm not sure that even counts since the Canadian-American border was in my sights most of the time.

It's true. I'm not a world traveler. But I have to admit, I'll be pretty excited to cross dipping my feet in the Pacific off my bucket list. Aside from my internship and experiencing the sloping city across the bay, I'm really looking forward to exploring the "Gourmet Ghetto" of my new, temporary college town.

Students create recipe for success Friday, March 19, 2010 12:00 am

Eight students zipped around a kitchen. Some yelled out orders, some dealt with stressed waiters.

Once in a while, they got to talk to each other -- it was a rare moment -- commiserating about "pushing the lamb" or cash register glitches.

They'd been planning for these very conversations all semester.

Harrisburg hosts annual farm show Thursday, January 14, 2010 12:00 am

Scores of Penn State students are among the more than 400,000 people expected to visit Harrisburg this week for the 94th annual Pennsylvania Farm Show, which will be open through Saturday.

Several university groups have visited the show this week, including the Penn State Chapter of the Future Farmers of America (FFA) and the Collegiate 4-H club, a volunteer group.

But the show is hardly limited to farmers.

From Emeril to Penn State Tuesday, October 27, 2009 12:00 am

Ready ... set ... cook!

It was that exact Food Network television show that sparked a 9-year-old's interest in cooking. Before MJ Worsham knew it, he was working at prestigious restaurants in Washington, D.C., before he even could drive.

Worsham (junior-hotel, restaurant and institutional management) said he watched cooking shows as a kid and taught himself how to cook.

ABCs of Penn State Wednesday, August 5, 2009 12:00 am

ANGEL: This oddly named Web site is probably your best friend when it comes to keeping track of your classes. Forget when your next test is? Check your course calendar. Have a paper deadline extended to Friday at midnight? Use Angel to turn it in at 11:58 p.m.

ARHS Cinemas: With no theaters showing major films downtown, the movies ARHS shows in the HUB Auditorium are your best bet to see the latest blockbusters -- about a month or so after they're released elsewhere.

Architecture: Besides being one of the most selective majors at Penn State, there's a fair number of crazy looking buildings on campus. If you get a chance, though, check out the IST "bridge," the Lewis Katz Law Building -- built last year -- or the old botany building -- built in 1887.

Face the music: PSU's festivals failing Tuesday, April 21, 2009 12:00 am

With Movin' On happening a few weeks ago and Wallypalooza going down on Thursday, Penn State has sunk nearly $130,000 into a pair of music festivals that are ultimately worthless.

A few hundred of people turned out to see the Spill Canvas at Movin' On on April 4, and I'm certain Asher Roth will draw even better on Thursday. Many of those festival-goers might even have a pretty good time.

But as an educational institution, Penn State needs to be a bit more demanding with its music festivals. "A pretty good time," while not inherently bad, should be secondary to "a learning experience." There are plenty of entertaining musicians with artistic integrity -- these things are not mutually exclusive -- but it's been a while since one of them headlined a festival at Penn State.

Meaning of holidays found in festive foods Tuesday, March 3, 2009 12:00 am

As a nonreligious, unpatriotic man, I look to my holidays to deliver something a little more tangible.

Usually, this means food. If a holiday has some kind of culinary or confectionary tradition attached to it, you can count me in.

So even though I have no idea who St. Patrick was, don't have an Irish bone in my body and don't even own an article of clothing with more than a few green stripes, I always look forward to this time of year.

Home for break, first time for some Thursday, November 20, 2008 12:00 am

I can hear my father yelling from the living room, smell the slightly burnt turkey my mother tries so hard to make and see those crisp leaves on my front yard now. How I long to sleep in my own bed, see my high school friends that I haven't seen in so long and sit around and do absolutely nothing.

This will be my first Thanksgiving after being away at college, and I'm a little skeptical as to how it will pan out. How much have my friends changed since graduation? Will my dogs still remember me? Will there be talk of who gained the freshman 15?

Maybe this isn't going to be the relaxing break I thought it was intended to be.

Mike Kondash: restaurant owner, father Thursday, October 2, 2008 12:00 am

With his tattered Penn State baseball cap and scruffy facial hair, he looks like another undergraduate.

But Mike Kondash, owner of the month-old Campus Carnival and Wings, isn't a student, at least in the traditional sense.

Mike learned the restaurant business as a kid, cutting his teeth with his family's food stand at the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts (Arts Fest) and his father's restaurant.

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