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Feel neglected with your undergraduate education? Well, the Penn State Debate Society is raising this question at the public forum tomorrow, Dec. 1, at 7:00 p.m. in 10 Sparks. The conversation is open to floor participants who are concerned about the topic or need to have their voice heard.
According to a post from The Hockey News, billionaire Terry Pegula has signed a letter of intent to purchase the Buffalo Sabres. Earlier this year, Pegula donated $88 million for Penn State to start men's and women's D1 hockey programs (including the endowment for staff and scholarships to support it).
If you are like many Penn State students, some aspects of the rural lifestyle, like shoefly pie or The Prairie Home Companion, are foreign to you. The start of deer hunting season is for many a day of importance just behind Christmas. Employers offer the day off; students have a temporary reprieve from the drudgery of school.
Today, secretly distributed by undercover assassins, Phroth's Fall magazine will be distributed across campus.
In honor of the 2010 Fall (It's now Winter) release of the Phroth magazine, a party will be held in the Carnegie Cinema at 9 PM on Thursday. Performances will be held by Second Floor Stand Up and Full Ammo Improv Troupe.
Check out the Facebook event of this decade-old comedy publication.
Come support Phroth, enjoy some free comedy, and get your own issue of the Fall magazine!
A new fad has hit Penn State, one that threatens to be greater than Pogs, Pokemon, and Yo-yos combined. They make you feel like Buzz Aldrin, and make Sketchers' ShapeUps look conservative. I'm referring, of course, to Kangoo Jumps (KJs). Already rumored to be featured on the Richard Simmons comeback exercise video (full disclosure: the author started this rumor...right now), Kangoo Jumps are taking State College by storm, in all their goofy glory.
The three teams at the top of the Big Ten all won this week, which means a three-way tie for the Big Ten title. With one more week still to go in the football season, it now comes down to BCS ratings to determine which team will earn the Big Ten BCS bid. As of this week, it is Wisconsin in the lead with Ohio State in second and Michigan State in third.
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