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Day: December 1, 2010

Live Blog of Innoblue’s First Demo Day

Onward State is at the first ever Innoblue Demo Day this evening. We'll be bringing you information throughout the night as the twelve ventures present to the crowd. Innoblue staff say that there are also about a dozen potential investors are in attendance.


THON Donation Confusion Cleared Up, Remedied

‘Tis the season to give to those in need. That’s why thousands of Penn State students are in the process of sending out THONvelopes: personalized letters to family and friends to solicit donations for the Penn State Dance Marathon.

Recently, however, households that have donated to THON in the past received a generic solicitation letter from the University on behalf of the philanthropy.

Helicopters Hiding in the Hollows of Hammond

At one point or another while walking down College Ave, you’ve probably walked past the monstrosity of a structure known as the Hammond Building. Stretching two blocks from Allen St. to Burrowes St., this monolithic monstrosity does more than suppress attacks on campus from the neighboring Huns. Buried deep within the lowest levels of Hammond lies the Adverse Environmental Rotor Test Stand: Penn State Vertical Lift Research Center of Excellence. Now that you’ve caught your breath after trying to spit out that title, read on to learn what actually goes on in this unique research facility.

One Stage Revolution Performance This Weekend

One Stage Revolution is the newest theatre company at Penn State and is proud to present its first full-length production, "A Perfect Wedding."

The show will run Friday, Dec. 3- Sunday, Dec. 5. in the Forum Building on campus. Tickets are $3.00 for students, $3.50 for faculty and staff, and $4.00 for general admission.

Nittany Lions Set To Take On Terps

With the abbreviated #MDHateWeek and #PSUHateWeeks coming to a close, the stage is set for what is being billed as the biggest non-conference game to ever be played in the Bryce Jordan Center. The Maryland Terrapins will travel from College Park to University Park to take on our Nittany Lions tonight at 9:15 p.m. as part of the annual ACC/Big Ten Challenge.

IFC Votes for Florencio as Wendkos’ Successor

After about two hours of elections, the Interfraternity Council voted on four open positions for the 2010/2011 year.

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