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Day: October 12, 2010

Mayor Goreham to Hold Office Hours in the HUB

She will be available from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday and from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Thursday each week until the end of the semester in room 221B. Students will be seen on a first-come, first-serve basis, and are encouraged to attend Goreham's office hours with any issues regarding the State College borough.

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Top 10 Senior Class Gift Proposals Announced

The 2011 Senior Class Gift committee held a town-hall style meeting yesterday in the HUB to discuss the topĀ 10 gift proposals. The proposals, listed below, will be narrowed down to a final three to be voted upon Oct. 25-29.

National Coming Out Week Has Colorful Start

It's time to dust off your Elton John albums and rummage through the closet for your rainbow feather boa because Monday marked the beginning of National Coming Out Week. The LGBTQA community has a schedule full of diverse festivities to help celebrate pride and bring about equality and acceptance.

Men’s Soccer Wins Two Ahead of Akron Clash

The Penn State men's soccer team rebounded from a tough loss to Michigan to win both of their games this past week. Overcoming adversity was the theme, as the Nittany Lions battled tough weather conditions against Villanova on Wednesday and faced a first-half deficit against Michigan State on Sunday.

TEDxPSU: The Calm After the Storm

This past Sunday had attending, listening, and enlightening like the world has never seen before at TEDxPSU. Seriously, I was 100 miles away at the time and I was contemplating life and all its wonders. But how do those responsible for its creation feel it went? I had a friendly chat with TEDxPSU Communications Committee Chairman Mark Poblete to find out.

Bed Bugs to Invade State College

Run. Save yourself.

Because after a 50 year hiatus, bed bugs have returned. Only this time, they're a little more adventurous. Having traded bed sheets for backpacks and bedrooms for restaurants, bed bugs are dominating national news as they make appearances in major cities like New York City and Washington D.C., as well as smaller cities, like our dear ol' town of State College.

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