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British Parliamentarian to Speak about Palestine

What: British lawmaker and member of parliament George Galloway will be speaking about regional turmoil in Arabia, specifically the situation in Palestine. Galloway is a divisive figure in British, and international, politics. The Canadian government recently banned him from visiting their country, a surprising occurrence considering the relationship between Britain and Canada. The impetus was Galloway’s participation in Viva Palestina, an aid convoy that delivered over £1 million in supplies to the war-stricken region.

When: 7:00 pm on Wednesday March 25

Where: HUB Alumni Hall

Cost: Free!


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[Photo Story] Penn State Men’s Hockey’s Annual Teddy Bear Toss

The thousands of teddy bears will be donated to Four Diamonds children.

Lady Lions Rank No. 25 In First AP Poll Appearance In Nine Years

The Lady Lions were last ranked in 2014.

Penn State Football Offensive Coordinator Andy Kotelnicki Learning The Ropes Ahead Of Peach Bowl

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