“Michigan Week” Traditions at Ohio State

The Ohio State vs. Michigan rivalry is undoubtedly one of the most intense, long-standing college football rivalries of all time, and with every rivalry comes its fair share of traditions. In Columbus, Ohio, not only is the matchup highlighted on …

Northwestern ‘Superfan’ Inspires

Fan Noah Weiss has carried his trademark hardhat and dance through his time as a student at both the University of Nebraska and Northwestern University. Dubbed a ‘superfan’, Noah has attended nearly all home men’s and women’s basketball games at …

State College Farmer’s Market Offers Freshest of Centre County

TourTheTen.com’s Toni Lozzi visits the Downtown Farmer’s Market in State College. Considered a “grower’s only” market, each market vendor is required to personally produce all of the items they sell, bringing you the best and freshest from Centre County. Located …

The Wildside of Tradition

 

Extending homage to a college football team can be a full-time job for the real pigskin maniac. A proper fan does more than find a parking spot and applaud when the home team runs one in for six. Real …

Mike the Mailman Brings Extra Joy to Happy Valley

Over 40 years ago, Penn State student Mike Herr worked the night shift at the post office to support his college education. Today, Mike is the postmaster of the Penn State campus post office located in the McAllister Building. Mike

Tailgating More Than Just a Party (but we already knew that)

According to Notre Dame cultural anthropologist John Sherry, tailgating has ancient, primitive ties. Through his two year study, Sherry has determined that the ritual of tailgating encourages bonds and builds traditions that every team’s fans hold so dear. Furthermore, …

Columbus Site lets you See Before you Eat

Ever wondered exactly what you might be getting when you order at a restaurant? The menu description might sound delightful, but what does it look like? How big are the portions? Is it appealing to the eye? Did anyone else …

Husker Women’s Volleyball: The Early Years

Volleyball has always been important to me. Though I never actually played competitively as part of a team, several of my relatives have, including my cousins, my aunt, and even my mother. Indeed, the joys of watching and playing volleyball …

Hoosier Basketball Season Gears Up

TourTheTen’s Kristen Troxell reports from Indiana School of Journalism’s WSOJ news on the upcoming basketball season, and the hype of being ranked pre-season #1.

“I only came to dot the ‘i'”

As you approach the northeast corner of Ohio Stadium, specifically near gate 10, it is likely that you will notice many cars with bumper stickers that proudly display the acronym, “TBDBITL.” “TBDBITL,” or, “The Best Damn Band In The Land,” …