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Day: December 9, 2010

UPUA to Introduce Subsidized Test Prep Classes

Last night, the University Park Undergraduate Association voted to introduce subsidized test prep classes from The Princeton Review for graduate and professional standardized tests.

The vote passed overwhelmingly, with only three votes for the other package, presented to the UPUA by Kaplan.

Reader-Submitted Post

HUB Late Night and No Dorm Drinking – the Solutions to Excessive Drinking at PSU

One student questions the alternative options to partying provided by the University, and asks what could be done to better treat the issue of drinking at Penn State.

Lady Lions Win Big Over Army

The Penn State women's basketball team continued their winning ways at home, improving to 8-2 with a dominating 95-65 victory over Army on Wednesday night.

Circa Survive 6

Circa Survive Stuns Fans

Last night, PSMA hosted an end-of-the-semester concert to give students one last breather before they have to undergo a weekend of cramming for useless gen eds.

Urban Meyer Retires (Again)

Joe Paterno being awesome, Penn State fans being mad at Ed Dechellis, and Urban Meyer retiring are all becoming December trends in sports.

University of Florida's head football coach, Urban Meyer, stepped down from his position, but will still coach the Gators when they take us on in the Outback Bowl.

Shifting Positions in Information Technology

With technology advancing and changing by the millisecond, Information Technology at Penn State is making changes to keep up.

John T. Harwood has recently been appointed Penn State's new associate vice provost for Information Technology, replacing Jeffrey C. Kuhns, who retired from the position in September. Cole Camplese will take over Harwood's previous position as senior director for Teaching and Learning with Technology.

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