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Day: February 15, 2011

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The Seeds of Innovation in Happy Valley

Over the past decade, the explosive growth of entrepreneurship across the country has brought new challenges for startups. Young entrepreneurs have the drive, but often need better legal guidance than they can afford. Right here in Happy Valley, solutions are on the way.

Penn State Men’s Volleyball Wins Two of Three

The Penn State men's volleyball team was busy last week. After losing to Ohio State on Wednesday, the Nittany Lions grabbed two wins against conference foes last weekend. Next up for Penn State is two matches with small schools from North Carolina.

After being taken down by Ohio State, the Nittany Lions faced off against Rutgers-Newark on Friday night and handed the Scarlet Raiders a 3-1 defeat. Saturday night, the Princeton Tigers rolled into town and were slapped with a 3-0 loss in a game that featured contributions from some unfamiliar players.

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LGBTA Student Alliance Hosts 7th Annual KissOut at HUB


Enchanted Kitchen Offers Raw Foods and Intrigue

After 2 years of being a vegetarian, I decided to visit the only 100% vegan restaurant in State College. Maybe it was the hippie aura or the work of mystical gnomes, but The Enchanted Kitchen still remains a mystery at large. Check out the tale of one man's epic quest to sample Happy Valley's spin on organic raw foods.

Andy Nash: King of The LION

If you are a fan of Penn State's radio station The LION 90.7fm, you may have come across the show "Radio Free Penn State." If you happen to be a fan of this long-running, public affairs talk show, you may have noticed that it's host, Andy Nash, has manned the helm for longer than any undergraduate could possibly remain in college (at least without trying really hard not to succeed). In order to crack this mystery, let's take a journey into the life of Andy Nash.

PSU Cadets to Teach Air Force a Thing or Two

This past year under the leadership of Colonel Steven Drago, the Penn State Detachment of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) developed a new way to teach Air Power doctrine and air superiority theory. Unlike the local Army ROTC detachment, future Air Force officers cannot practice some of the key skills they will need when they go active duty.

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