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Day: December 14, 2009

UPUA Dares To Do The Unthinkable – Get Something Done

UPUA President Gavin Keirans had announced last month that the assembly was readying to implement a plan for overhauling the UPUA and student government. The termed 90-day plan is comprised of plans submitted from each committee within the UPUA that would seek to establish a stringent set of goals and objectives to be accomplished each […]

House Debates State-Related Funding This Afternoon

Penn State and the other three state-related universities (Temple, Pitt, and Lincoln) just want the money that was promised to them but the House, as of yet, is not willing to write the check. The four university presidents have said the House leadership is reneging on a deal made in mid-November ¬†that their funding would […]

Overheard on Twitter

“Titsin”? I don’t think that’s a word, but I’d be angry too if I only got 50 bucks back. What do yall think? Where are the best places to resell your books?

Gay Fraternity Looking to Become Official at PSU

Delta Lamdba Phi (a national social fraternity for gay, bisexual, and progressive men) started a colony here at Penn State last Spring. In the two semesters the colony has been here, they have held activities geared to bring members together and to gain interest for new members. The colony contributed to Team Rainbow’s THON fundraising […]

Lady Lions Win Catfight

In a weekend where Women’s Volleyball extended an unbelievable win streak and Talor Battle nearly outscored the rest of the Men’s Basketball roster, Women’s Basketball managed to steal a little bit of Happy Valley spotlight. The Lady Lions upset No.15-ranked Pittsburgh on Saturday, notching the team’s 17th home win over the Panthers in 18 games. […]

Shortest. Ceremony. Ever.

While a majority of seniors will be graduating next spring, 2394 University Park students who decided that the 4-year plan wasn’t for them will be taking part in the Fall 2009 Commencement Ceremony this Saturday.¬†Joining them will be 691 graduate students and 1431 students at branch campuses. At 9 a.m. graduates in the College of […]

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