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Day: February 4, 2009

Event Reminder

Madeleine Albright, Secretary of State in the Clinton Administration, is giving a speech at Eisenhower Auditorium tomorrow night at 8. Appointed in 1997 as the first female Secretary of State, Albright was the highest-ranking woman in the history of the U.S. government at that time. During her tenure she extended and modernized NATO and inspired […]

Bo Burnham Surveys Empty HUB

This picture was taken by none other than Bo Burnham. As of 6:00, he was in the HUB doing his sound check. Looks like it will be a cool event. [via Twitter]

RIP Juicy Campus… 2k7 to 2k9

Juicy Campus has suffered the same fate as Circuit City and Lehman Brothers. Its founder, Matt Ivester, sent out a press release saying that the site would be shutting down because its revenue stream had dried up. The press release was a kind of eulogy too. Said Ivester, While there are parts of JuicyCampus that […]

Vote for Onward State!

We got great news yesterday. Onward State was nominated in the ‘Best Alternative Media Outlet’ category of U.S. News & World Report’s annual ‘Best in College Newspapers Contest.’ We thought our description on the site was cool: Our competition is strong, including Bwog and Wesleying, which means we’re going to need all the support we […]

Remember that Devlin Guy?

Before we get into the who’s-going-where of Signing Day (although Davis did share two great resources for those of you who can’t wait for my take), there’s another interesting bit of Nittany Lion football news today: Former Penn State quarterback Pat Devlin will officially become a Blue Hen today when Delaware unveils its 2009 recruiting […]

Blogging at Penn State

Cole Camplese, Director of Education Technology Services at Penn State, had a very interesting post today about how the Blogs at PSU platform has grown since its launch 18 months ago. Since the start of this year’s fall semester, the platform has seen 3,700 new users; 3,500 new blogs; 16,360 new posts; and 5,840 new […]

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