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Day: November 15, 2010

Lady Lions’ Season Ends At Feet Of West Virginia

Neither a little birthday luck from Coach Erica Walsh nor a valiant second-half effort from Penn State were good enough to overcome two first-half West Virginia goals as the Lady Lions' season ended Sunday afternoon in Morgantown by a score of 2-1.

CCSG Chats With Spanier, Approves Transition Program

The second Council meeting of the Council of Commonwealth Student Governments took place on last Friday and Saturday. They passed three resolutions and tabled another. On Friday night, Graham Spanier made a short speech and then took questions from the Council and the gallery.

We Are…Discriminating Against Blind People?

The National Federation for the blind field a formal complaint against Penn State last Friday, November 12. The complaint, which was issued by the largest organization for the blind in the U.S., claimed that blind students and professors suffer “pervasive and ongoing discrimination” because of the inaccessibility of the technology available on campus.

Men’s Soccer Fall Short in Big Ten Championship

The Penn State men's soccer team could not come back to win a third game in a row on Sunday afternoon. An unlucky early goal and some inconsistent calls from the referee seemed to take the Nittany Lions mentally out of the game, leading to a 4-1 defeat to Michigan.

Onward State Fall Tweet-Up: Birthday Cake Edition

Onward State is happy to announce its 2010 fall tweet-up!

Come join us on Wednesday afternoon from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the basement of Irving's for some new media camaraderie.

Greek Life Steals the Spotlight

Finally, all the paperwork, deadlines, dance moves, and set designs were put into place for the 2010 Greek Sing. Penn State’s Greek life has been practicing long and hard all over campus for this Battle of Broadway. Fraternities and sororities paired up to “Steal the Spotlight,” which was this year’s theme.

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