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Day: September 29, 2010

State College Landlord Fights Rental Ordinance Change

Myers argued that the provision would discriminate against students and would be a problem not only for students, but for rental owners, business, and for Penn State. By lowering the amount of occupants allowed in a rental from three to two, the Borough Council would be taking already limited living space away from students.

New IFC Sanctions Policy More Equal

In Animal Farm, all were equal, but some were more equal than others. Until Tuesday night, it was the same with IFC fraternities.

On Tuesday, the IFC adopted more just sanctioning guidelines for policy violations.

SOMA to Hold First Event

Tonight from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., the Students for the Organization of the Multiple Arts (SOMA) will hold their first event, an open mic night in the Waring Study Lounge at West Commons.

Obama: A Member of Paternoville?

During a conference call with college journalists Monday, the Daily Collegian's own Katrina Wehr was one of four lucky students to ask President Obama a question. The Prez seemed to have football on the mind, though.

UPUA Seeks Parliamentarian

The University Park Undergraduate Association is currently searching for a Parliamentarian to serve for the 2010-11 academic year. The primary role of the position would be to be an authority on parliamentary procedure and advising Assembly members thereof.

Women’s Soccer Opens Conference Play With Win

Penn State's defense of a 13th straight Big Ten title couldn't have gotten off to a better start Sunday as the Lady Lions shut out the Lady Spartans of Michigan State, 1-0, in front of the second largest Big Ten Conference game crowd in the history of Jeffrey Field.

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