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Come Together In An Elongated Depression Between Hills!

Or, for ye’ Lions, Rally in the Valley. Yes, the Rally in the Valley will be this Friday Evening at the Bryce Jordan Center after the men’s basketball team beats the pants off of Slippery Rock, their first game since winning the NIT championship. The game begins at 6 P.M. and tickets are free to students. The rally, which is scheduled to begin around 8, will feature Joe Pa, the Nittany Lion football team, Penn State cheerleaders, Lionettes dance team, the Blue Band, and the Nittany Lion.

And you could get a free t-shirt!

So go to the rally in the valley, as if you need any more of reason to get pumped about the No. 10 Nittany Lions taking on the No. 12 Buckeyes (the 25th game between the two, and the 300th game at Beaver stadium).

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Noah Simmons

Noah is an International Politics major minoring in French. Noah participates in the Mock Trial team, the Sailing Team, and is the president/founder of the Odyssey of the Mind club. Besides pushing the limit of what is journalistically acceptable, Noah enjoys long walks on the beach and football. In a previous lifetime he was William Wallace

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