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Month: November 2009

5 Out of 5 Stars for PSU as an LGBT Friendly Climate

The Campus Climate Index has award Penn State the maximum 5 star award for their LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgendered)-friendly policies, programs, and practices. Penn State was cited for its numerous LGBT student organizations, programs, and academic and personal development opportunities as well as the respect and benefits given to LGBT students and faculty […]

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Question of the Day: Thanksgiving Aftermath

Oh boy, Thanksgiving Break was ridiculous. With all the traveling and endless waves of rarely seen relatives, some people I know were practically begging to get back to school. How did you fare during Thanksgiving Break? . Bonus points for comments/stories involving New Jersey, questionable family members, and ruined Thanksgiving dinners. [Photo]

Paterno’s Grand Experiment Still Showing Results

ESPN the Magazine awarded Penn State football with a nation-leading three Academic All-Americans – Center Stefan Wisniewski, Snapper Andrew Pitz, and Linebacker Josh Hull. I’m just glad that someone finally recognized that Hull is more than just a mustache. [Pic]

Women’s Volleyball Makes It Three Straight

Three straight wins? Maybe if we were talking about some other team. The Lady Lions completed their third consecutive undefeated season Saturday. The regular season closer against No.12 Michigan was the team’s 96th straight win. So what’s ahead for this incredibly dominant squad? In addition to the upcoming  NCAA tournament, they can chase the longest […]

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ESPN Grabs the Lion’s Tale

Clint Gyory, our Nittany Lion, is a Penn State celebrity. Now ESPN has turned the national spotlight upon him. In ESPN’s feature article about our prized mascot, they tailed him on Homecoming Weekend and even explored his basement, where Gyory keeps his 5 lion suits. They discussed the rules of being a mascot, the condition […]

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