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Day: January 10, 2011

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Joe Paterno Reviews Year with Penn State Bosses

JoePa met with President Graham Spanier and Athletic Director Tim Curley for the coach’s annual end-of-season review. University spokesman called it a “great discussion,” but JoePa’s retirement plans were not discussed.

UPUA Prepares for Round 2: Tuition and Bikes

After a productive fall semester, the University Park Undergraduate Association is gearing up for a repeat performance this spring. Here's what we can look forward to this semester.

Break A Sweat With Penn State Fitness

Did you decide to go with the quintessential "get in shape" New Year's Resolution for 2011? If so, we're here to help you make sure your efforts make it past the two week mark! Purchase your gym membership and start planning your fitness routine for this semester.

PSU Icers’ Season on Thin Ice After Losing Two to Ohio

The Penn State Icers came back from winter break by losing two games to Ohio last weekend. With the losses, the Icers' play-off hopes remain uncertain in a season that has seen Penn State play well below their own lofty standards.

On Friday, the Icers went down early to fourth-ranked Ohio, giving up a goal just four minutes into the game. Penn State let in three more goals in the second period, which forced goalie Teddy Hume out of the net in favor of Matthew Madrazo. Chris Cerutti scored in the third period to make it 4-1, and Madrazo stopped all 19 shots he faced, but it was not enough to overcome the four-goal deficit.

Saturday Morning Cartoon Series Returns

Do you miss waking up watch cartoons Saturday mornings when you were younger? To satisfy that feeling of nostalgia, The State Theatre is putting on its third annual Bill Welch Memorial Cartoon Series every Saturday this month. The series honors the late Mayor Bill Welch, who had supported the event in its first year.

Once again the series will feature classic Warner Brothers cartoons and the theater promises "a great mix every week". For those of you who may watch cartoons every Saturday anyway, it may be a different experience on the State Theater's 31-foot movie screen.

Update: Student’s Body Found in Penn Tower Identified

Update: Onward State has confirmed that Brandon M. Lehr of Landisville, Pa was found dead on Sunday by his roommate.

State College police are reporting that the body of a 22-year old male student was discovered in Penn Tower yesterday afternoon. The name of the student has not been released yet, pending notification of the family.

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