Amber Kloper

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Go Go Gadjet
Go Go Gadjet is easily one of State College’s most popular bands. With performances all over downtown at Indigo, Levels, the Phyrst, and others, its shows are always packed.
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The Philadelphia Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association (PCPSAA) is hosting their 10th annual “Knight for the Kids” this coming January. This year’s gala will be held in the Philadelphia Crystal Tea Room.

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Remember that pretty cool Penn State alum we’ve told you about time and time again who’s been walking across the country For The Kids? Well, guess what? He just finished his 3,100-mile journey this past Saturday.
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Whether you're a canning vet or a newbie, these tips are important to remember for this weekend.
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Every year, multiple organizations come together to sponsor the event for students to ask questions and learn more about the process of moving off campus. The Fall 2014 Housing Fair is this Sunday, Oct. 12th from 11a.m.-4p.m. in Alumni Hall.
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The Blue Band is a huge part of Game Day that’s often overlooked. That’s definitely not the case, however, for Drum Major Chris Siergiej. Due to Onward State’s curiosity, Chris gave us a play-by-play of his usual Game Day; it’s different than most students’ for sure!
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Beaver Stadium during football game vs. Temple, Sept. 20, 2008
While our very own Beaver Stadium was listed as the fourth-best Big Ten stadium by Athlon Sports a few months back, USA Today has found it to be the seventh-best stadium in all of college football according to their article posted Monday.
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Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)—a Wisconsin-based atheist group—sent a letter of complaint to President Barron on June 6, 2014, which is said to have resulted in the removal of Gideon Bibles from two hotels owned by Penn State: the Nittany Lion Inn and the Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel.
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Everyone who’s anyone at Penn State knows about the free HUB concerts that occur every few weekends. I think it’s safe to say that the HUB turns up constantly and hosts some awesome people, like Hoodie Allen, who performed this past Saturday. How do the concerts happen, though? Where do all these big names come from, and why are they free?
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Fiddlehead Salads at Creamery
Despite all of the weekend Pokey Stix and Panda Express lunches in the HUB throughout the week, Greatist released a list of the 25 healthiest colleges in America and—you guessed it—Penn State came in at number 10.
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Looking to catch a baseball game this summer? Interested in continuing to support THON? Want to kill two birds with one stone? Now’s your chance! Join the Hope Gala and the New York Mets for the second annual Hope Gala Game benefiting the Four Diamonds Fund on Sunday, August 17th at 1:10p.m.
Posted about 7 months ago in about by
Megan Renaut
After the announcement of THON 2015’s Executive Director Megan Renaut was made this past week, we decided to catch up with her to find out her plans for the upcoming THON season.
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Looking for something to do with your friends this weekend other than anxiously wait for Sunday night’s Game of Thrones premiere? Pegula Ice Arena is hosting its first-ever broomball tournament this Saturday, April 5 from 1 to 6p.m.

Posted about 7 months ago in about by
Bobby Chen
While Penn State may hold a dance marathon that’s the largest student-run philanthropy in the world, it doesn’t hold the only dance marathon. There are many universities across America that fundraise in a year-long effort, have executive committees, and dance for hours on hours — just like we do — in support of all sorts of great causes. Here are a few we’ve ranked as the top fundraisers.
Posted about 7 months ago in about by
THON 2014 Executive Committee
Applications for the THON Executive Committee are now available on under the Documents section and are due by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 28 in 210 HUB.
Posted about 7 months ago in about by
Bobby Chen
Here are just a few of the new families who came to THON this year, and what they thought after walking into the BJC for their very first time as a Four Diamonds family with their brand-new org.
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Next year, THON will add a 16th position to its current 15-member Executive Committee. The function of the Rules and Regulations Director will be replaced with two new positions: R&R Event Safety Director and R&R Volunteer Safety Director.
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By the end of this coming weekend, you’ll have laughed thousands of times with your friends, danced hundreds of times to the best mix of music, and cried a few too many times from deliria and listening to heart-breaking cancer stories. Before you get to all of that, though, you should take a look at what to do and not do.
Posted about 9 months ago in about by
Nittany Lion THON
THON is only 14 days away, but you probably already know that. Other than the natural inclination to check your calendar three times a day, there are plenty of signs all around campus that the big weekend is almost here.
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At last night’s third-annual Mr. and Mrs. Special Interest fundraiser, student volunteers from over 10 different orgs filled up Forum to witness Lindsey Golden and Eric Brennan of A-7 being crowned Mr. and Mrs. Special Interest.

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We sat down with Suzanne Graney, Director of the Four Diamonds Fund, for 10 Q&A’s on what she works on with the Executive Committee, the behind-the-scenes of THON, and what inspires her to do everything FTK.
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The newly renovated online THON store was revealed to the public on Monday to “provide the best customer experience for people who want to support THON by purchasing merchandise.”
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Have you ever wondered what THON volunteers will possibly do with their lives after they cross the stage and accept their diplomas? One group of Penn Staters has taken their knowledge and passion for THON to create a new event that is still FTK.
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Heartbreaking news has rocked the THON community over the recent week: Seven-year-old Laney Brown, a Penn State Berks' THON child, only has a few weeks to a few days to live. But through a robust Facebook page maintained by her family, the overwhelming support of the community -- both THON and beyond -- and a fighting spirit, Brown is making the most out of these trying days.
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As beautiful as we all know the Arboretum already is (say that five times fast), director Kim Steiner and his team have decided to expand the venue in hopes of making it more interactive and kid-friendly.