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Day: February 9, 2011

SCAR Rolls with Valentine’s Theme for First Scrimmage

Looking for something unique to kick off your Valentine's Day celebration early? Then you might be interested in the State College Area Rollers (SCAR) Valentine's Day Massacre.

SCAR is State College's new Roller Derby circuit. You know, that sport that features babes on skates beating the shit out of each other in an attempt to get their team's jammer to the front of the pack. The Valentine's Day Massacre will be SCAR's first scrimmage, featuring a bout between Hoover's Honeys and the Machine-gun Kellys.

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Cedarbrook Fall Appears an ‘Intentional Act,’ State College Police Say

Adam Smeltz reports that the State College Police Department has determined that a Penn State student’s leap on Monday from a fourth-story apartment in Cedarbrook was an intentional act, though neither drugs nor alcohol were involved.

7 Natural Disasters That Wouldn’t Close PSU

Last week, Penn State already showed everyone its ability to spit in the face of Jack Frost. The question then is how PSU would fare in the worst conditions. We've come up with 7 natural disasters and considered how Penn State would react to them.

Greeks Host Dinner to Foster Community Service

When I was invited to attend the IFC/PHC Community Coalition banquet, I was uncertain of what the event would entail. I expected to be lectured at by IFC President Dan Florencio and PHC President Paige Rothaus about how the town hates Greeks and they must do more service to better their image, but that's not at all what the event was like.

Sex, Drugs & Blogopuffs: An Introduction

As you have undoubtedly realized, Dr. Wolfgang Merriweather is a pseudonym of sorts, the outgrowth of a life-long desire to write under guise, dissociating my identity from my words. Wolfgang is a symbol. He is every man.

Or not...

UPUA Partners with The Princeton Review for Subsidized Test Prep

Last semester, UPUA passed legislation in favor of establishing relations with The Princeton Review over Kaplan to provided subsidized preparation courses for graduate and professional school entrance exams. The contract is set to last for two years, and renewal will be determined based on success rates.

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