Monthly Archives: October, 2013

Student Life
10 UPDATE: Hayrides Move to Church Camp Site

Owner R.B. Powell has finalized the security measures that Nittany Mountain Trail Rides will take to decrease the volume of alcohol-related incidents. Beginning tomorrow, hayrides will no longer take place at the usual site in Warriors Mark, PA. Instead, all hayrides will now be held 21 miles from campus at a religious site called the Hartman Center in Milroy, PA.

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Penn State
0 UPUA Adds ROTC Liaison Position

For the first time in quite a few weeks, UPUA was in complete agreement about all new business at its general assembly meeting last night. The meeting was quick, everything passed unanimously, and everyone was free to move on to their respective Halloween celebrations.

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Downtown
4 New Brewpub Opens in Happy Valley

Centre County is no exception to the recent trend in local microbreweries. Locals and students alike can already enjoy the delicious craft beer offerings at Otto’s, The Gamble Mill, and Elk Creek Cafe. This past Sunday brought about the opening of another such establishment: The Happy Valley Brewing Company.

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THON
1 10 Signs You’ve Been Involved With THON Forever

So what are the signs that will help you figure out if you’ve been involved with THON too long? Just kidding, there’s no such thing as “too long” when it comes to THON — but we made a list of the top 10 symptoms that show up if you’ve been more involved with THON (or more dedicated to it!) than the average Penn Stater.

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Football
0 O’Brien Ready To Move On From Ohio State Loss

Just three days after Penn State suffered one of the worst losses in team history against Ohio State, Bill O’Brien is ready to move on. He discussed the running back situation, key player injuries, and even the relative toughness between players from Philadelphia and Pittsburgh in his weekly press conference.

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