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Faculty and Students to Gamble with PSMA

Have an urge to gamble in the Business Building? Not involved with the Nittany Lion Fund? Check out Smeal Royale, a fundraiser being held by the Penn State Marketing Association on Thursday, November 11, to benefit the American Heart Association.

Your $5 donation will get you a stack of Monopoly money that you can multiply (or lose) in games including poker, blackjack, craps, and roulette. The Monopoly money will be redeemable for raffle tickets. Prizes have been donated by local businesses and include gift certificates to The Corner Room and Dunkin’ Donuts as well as a set of playing cards and poker chips. The grand prize is a football signed by Joe Paterno and other members of the 2010 Penn State football team.

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Creator of @OnwardState. Big fan of sweaters.

No. 12 Penn State Men’s Lacrosse Secures 15-14 Come-From-Behind Overtime Victory Over No. 9 Yale

After scoring only two goals in the first half, TJ Malone and the Nittany Lions came back to win in sudden death overtime.

Penn State Men’s Hockey Edges Ohio State 2-1 In Regular-Season Finale

Dane Dowiak’s two goals guided the Nittany Lions to win a close game in Columbus.

Penn State Hoops Blows Lead To Minnesota In 75-70 Road Loss

The Nittany Lions coughed up a 23-point lead in the final road game of the regular season.

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