ROAR is the voice of The Pride at Penn State Abington. Created to exhibit the musical presence on and around campus, ROAR is the branch of The Pride that reports on all musical happenings at Penn State Abington and surrounding areas. From The Pride events to on-campus performances to local concerts, ROAR will keep you up-to-date and informed.
The Pride is Penn State Abington’s outlet for students interested in the music industry. By bringing in artists and professionals for presentations, demonstrations, Q&A, lectures, and more, students learn about the industry from people with years of first-hand experience. The Pride aims to unite students with a passion for music and give them the opportunity to network with these artists and professionals.
Studio 338 is Penn State Abington’s recording studio. Located at 338 Woodland, students who have taken audio production courses (INART 258A and/or MUSIC 455) have access to state-of-the-art recording equipment that they may use for school projects or for personal use. Studio 338 was created by professor John Pachence in 2013 to inspire minds, develop skills, and create unique music.
If you have questions, email ThePrideAbington@gmail.com for more information.