Although our dojo 道場 is in 106 White Building, Karate 空手 can be done anywhere, day or night.
The Fall 2017 Student Involvement Fair has been rescheduled to Thursday, August 24th from 11-4pm on the HUB lawn. Look for the Penn State Karate Club table to meet some of our members and get more information.
Penn State students interested in learning Karate should complete the Club Sports participation agreement, available on their website: http://sites.psu.edu/clubsports/ Use “KARATE” when filling out your Club Sports participation agreement, then come to one of our Tuesday, Thursday or Sunday classes in 106 White Building at 7PM.
PSKC members volunteer to support the Special Olympics Summer Games at University Park on June 3rd, 2017.
PSKC members participate in Paterno Family Beaver Stadium Run, support Special Olympics Pennsylvania.
“The most people performing a kata is 3,973, achieved by Prefectural Government of Okinawa and Society for the Advancement of Traditional Okinawa Karate (both Japan), in Naha, Okinawa, Japan, on 23 October 2016.
Karate practitioners of all ages performed the most basic kata in Okinawan Karate known as “fukyu-gata 1”, on Kokusai Street. October 23rd is known as “Karate Day” in Okinawa.”
Shorin Ryu Master Zenpo Shimabukuro (not related to Tatsuo Shimabuku) is calling out the count.
PSKC finished 2nd in overall points at Young’s Tournament on October 15th.
Sensei Lindsay Faust won Women’s Grand Championship Sparring.