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Day: September 23, 2010

What’s Geospatial Technology, You Ask?

You know how trippy it is when you GoogleEarth your house and you can see your car in the driveway? Or how your GPS knows exactly where and when to turn? Well, you have geospatial technology to thank for these wonders. Penn State Public Broadcasting's recently debuted Geospatial Revolution Project gives you the opportunity to learn more about this field of science than you probably already do.

Warm Weather Forces OPP to Cut Electrical Use

Due to the unseasonably warm weather hitting the region today and tomorrow, the Office of the Physical Plant announced the possibility of a mandatory reduction of electricity for campus. In the event that happens, there will be a two hour window in order to prepare.

Penn State Field Hockey Coach Gets Milestone Win

While many people know about Football Coach Joe Paterno going for his 400th career win this fall, they might not know that Penn State Field Hockey Coach Charlene Morett has already beaten him to the punch.

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Question of The Day: Best Classes

What's the best class you've ever taken at Penn State? Best professor? Weirdest/ most unusual class? Worst class? Your suggestions might be featured in an upcoming post!

UPUA Supports Michigan Student Body President

At their weekly meeting, the University Park Undergraduate Association passed legislation to officially support Chris Armstrong, the Student Body President of the University of Michigan who is under attack from an Assistant Attorney General of Michigan, Andrew Shirvell.

Your Penn State Web Space

For one reason or another, you're probably going to take advantage of your personal Penn State Web Space at some point, if you haven't already. This is a great resource that everyone should be utilizing, and, if you're not, we'll teach you how.

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