Michigan Chapter Magic

The Pep Band, Penn State Cheerleaders, and Nittany Lions thrilled alumni and fans at tonight’s alumni mixer in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Photo credit: Steve Manuel

We felt right at home this evening in Michigan. Thanks, largely, to the efforts of our Michigan Chapter.

Along with the Penn State Alumni Association, our Michigan Chapter organized and hosted our Friday night gathering, which featured the Pep Band, Penn State Cheerleaders, and Nittany Lion. The scene took place at Arbor Brewing Company in nearby Ypsilanti, about 10-15 miles from Michigan Stadium.

You can watch the archived livestream on our Facebook page featuring the band and cheer team, along with the non-live recording on our Twitter feed.

Michigan Chapter President Brodie Schultz ’15, ’17g welcomed alumni and fans on the eve of Penn State’s Top-10 showdown with Michigan. Photo credit: Steve Manuel

The chapter sold a raffle and Grilled Stickies that benefited its scholarship program, and plenty of folks showed up early to ensure everything was ready to go.

Chapter President Brodie Schultz ’15, ’17g welcomed Penn Staters on the eve of the Nittany Lions’ Top-10 showdown with the Wolverines on Saturday — kickoff is set for noon on FOX — following his appearance this week on Football Letter Live. Brodie talks about the inspiration behind his creating the chapter’s signature event, a golf outing supporting THON, and how the chapter connects Penn Staters year-round.

You can learn more info about the Michigan Chapter, including its event schedule, social handles, and more, on the chapter’s website.

For more on The Football Letter, (requires Alumni Association member log-in), click here.


Not yet an Alumni Association member? Click here.

Follow the Football Letter on Twitter for more videos, photos, and features.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s