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Day: April 22, 2011

Greek Week: Sorority Suite Window Displays

In the spirit of Greek Week, sororities decorated the windows of their suites in Pollock with paintings of various themes. The paintings add some fun color to the dull buildings just in time for spring-- check out some of my favorites below, but if you're on campus head over to South Halls to see the rest!

UPUA Budget Ready to Go Before Assembly

The Internal Development Committee of the University Park Undergraduate Association met last night to discuss and finalize the UPUA budget submitted by President T.J. Bard and Vice President Courtney Lennartz. In addition to the Committee, many members of the UPUA Assembly and Executive Board attended the meeting. The budget passed the committee unanimously and will be brought to the floor of the Assembly next Wednesday.

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Venue Change Sought in State College Wrongful-Death Case; Local Prejudice Cited

The attorneys representing William A. Raspanti, of Bucks County, whose 21-year-old son, Christopher, died in a State College house fire in April 2005, are pushing for a venue change in their wrongful-death case, citing prejudice in Centre County against Penn State students.

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Secrets of the Woo People Revealed

Russell Frank examines a set of initiation rules for Sigma Chi that were found downtown. An interesting angle on the pledging process.

INSPI(RED) Soccer Tourney to Benefit HIV/AIDS Education

On Saturday, teams of three will take to the West Turf fields for the INSPI(RED) Lose the Shoes 3v3 Soccer Tournament. All proceeds from the tournament, which is hosted by the Penn State men’s club soccer team and the Keep a Child Alive group, will go to Grassroot Soccer.

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