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Day: October 15, 2009

Penn State Still Waiting On “The Man”

Well sock us sideways, if the P.A. State Legislature didn’t finally pass a budget that was over 100 days overdue – and Penn State doesn’t get to see a dime yet! We’ve been waiting longer for this budget to pass than Forrest Gump did for that sleaze Jenny to wander back home and we’re no closer to seeing any green than a […]

Notes from the UPUA: Confirmation Controversy

Last night, the University Park Undergraduate Association held a General Assembly meeting in 302 HUB. President Gavin Keirans opened the meeting with his normal update. He said that the Greek Loop is facing resistance from the Highlands community, as they are still vehemently opposed to a bus route operating on Fairmont Avenue. Keirans also tried […]

The Blue Band Pies For THON

Wednesday’s frigid Blue Band rehearsal near Beaver Stadium ended just a little bit differently than most Blue Band rehearsals. The Blue Band’s faculty staff and student leadership received whipped cream and cherries directly to the face. Why, you ask? Not in the name of science, but in the name of THON. During the first week […]

Pater-snow-ville Cancelled

It’s snowing out. Yes for those of you who haven’t noticed, semi-frozen pieces of dihydrogen monoxide are coming down from the sky. The implications are endless. Dining-tray sledding, snowball fights, snow men, and no Paternoville for this week. I, along with dozens of groups of dedicated fans who camp out in front of gate A, […]

Former Nittany RB Scott Files Suit Over Rape Allegation

Austin Scott, who you may remember as the starting running back of the 2007 season, filed a lawsuit against the District Attorney’s Office, Centre County, Penn State police, and the woman who started it all by accusing him of rape in the first place. Scott is seeking damages for the case snuffing out aspirations of […]

My Facebook Newsfeed Says It’s Snowing At Penn State

I didn’t even have to look out the window to find out it was snowing this morning when I woke up. The amount of people freaking out on Facebook were the first to alert me. The good news is that we’ve set a new meteorological record. According to Dan DePodwin, a Junior Meteorology major, the […]

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