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Penn State Everywhere, Even in State College

The football program put pictures of the players heading to Ann Arbor on its Facebook page this afternoon.
The football program put pictures of the players heading to Ann Arbor on its Facebook page this afternoon.

Campus feels kind of empty right now. The football team left to play Michigan in Ann Arbor and many students are leaving to go canning for THON. No worries, though: there will still be plenty of things to do in State College.

Remember to watch Penn State play Michigan at 3:30 pm tomorrow. The game will be broadcast nationally on ABC (channel 8 on campus).

Check out Powershift Pennsylvania, which begins tomorrow at 9:00 in 100 Thomas… visit our original post or the Powershift Pennsylvania website for details.

The Goonies is being presented by No Refund Theatre tonight and tomorrow at 8:00 pm in 111 Forum.

If you are a student with $25 to spend ($53 for non-students), you can go see the Orquestra de São Paulo at 7:30 tonight in the Eisenhower Auditorium.

You can also:

Learn about Asia.

Attend an entrepreneurial workshop in the HUB.

Watch Verdi’s Aida live and in HD at the State Theatre.

Anything else?

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