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Phirst Phollegian of the Year Released Today

You may want to take a second look when you pick up your newspaper today, or you could be in for some serious confusion.

Today marks the first of three release dates of The Phollegian this academic year. The humorous paper, produced by Phroth, pokes fun at the every day shenanigans around our university. According to their website, papers are released around Halloween, Valentine’s Day and April Fool’s Day each year.

Research shows that laughter can essentially solve all of life’s problems, so if you’re struggling to make it through the tail-end of the week, be sure to pick up your copy of The Phollegian today in the HUB, Willard or Sackett.

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Hi I'm Tara. I grew up in Abington (Penn State Abington is basically my backyard). I am a junior Print Journalism major. I enjoy traveling, trashy reality TV shows, cereal and pillows.

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