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0 Snow Day 2015: Unwarranted Panic Or Necessary Precaution?

While I’m sure that nobody is complaining about the extra day of rest and relaxation, plenty of students expressed confusion about the university’s rationale for shutting down. It was an odd course of events, with a delay coming in the morning followed by a last-second cancellation and an apology from the administration for cutting it so close.

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0 What To Do Over Spring Break: Big City Edition

So you’re not heading to Puerto Rico, Cancun, or wherever the hell kids with too much money are partying are this year on Spring Break. Instead, you’re heading home to take in the scents, sites, and tastes of your beloved hometown. And, you know what? That’s perfectly alright.

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0 State College Bar Bracket, Pt. 4: Elite Eight Begins

With another week of voting in the books, we’re getting closer and closer to discovering the One Bar To Rule Them All. The Sweet Sixteen featured eight hard-fought battles. All four No. 1 seeds moved on to the Elite Eight along with three No. 2 seeds and a No. 3 seed, bringing the first surprising upset to date.

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0 Found At The Goodwill: Spring Break Edition

Whether you’re heading to Cancun, Panama City, or Orlando, there are certain spring break essentials you’re bound to need throughout the week. Not everyone can afford to buy all of these very necessary items brand new. Luckily, you friendly neighborhood Goodwill is here to help.

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3 DOTD: Penn State Basketball Can’t Catch A Break

It’s not easy being a Penn State basketball fan. A six-game losing streak, 3-15 Big Ten record, countless heartbreaking losses, and the fact that we’re losing our best player next year have made it a tough trek for the team’s dwindling number of supporters. Penn State basketball fell victim to its all-too-common tough luck twice in a Senior Night game against Ohio State on Wednesday.

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5 First THAW Festival Misses The Mark

THAW was supposed to turn the faux holiday into a community-oriented event, something could bring local families and students together for film showings, comedians, and musical performances. But in the end, it seemed that the festival’s first year was unfortunately a flop, failing to garner any real traction.

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0 The HUB Expansion In Photos

The long-awaited expansion of the HUB opened to great fanfare Monday. From the monumental staircase to the tech lounge and everything in between, students took advantage of the features of the new section almost immediately after its opening. If you haven’t been able to visit the expansion or missed all it has to offer, we’ve compiled a photo tour of the new HUB for you to enjoy.

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0 Music Monday: Taking A Spring Break

THON and State Patty’s have come and gone, meaning it’s only one week until Spring Break. For some, this means a week of partying on vacation; for others, it’s a week of relaxation and a break from homework. So this week, our Music Monday playlist contains a variety of songs made for both turning up and down.

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