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Day: April 25, 2011

Invisible Children Events Benefit Ugandan Relief

A benefit concert to address over 25 years of war and strife in Uganda will be held by 6 student-musicians at Rotelli's on Tuesday at 8:00 pm. With the help of Invisible Children, the artists will bust out their talents for "the most neglected humanitarian emergency in the world today."

Performers include Public Domain, Chewi, A Day Without Love, Maura Westerlund and Chris Good, Ryan and the Foxes, and Michelle Smyly.

College Republicans to Hold Forum on School Choice

As college students, we can attest to the fact that the world seems to be getting increasingly competitive, decreasing our chances of success in future endeavors. A good attitude and hard work can take you a long way, but a little help mixed into the equation could make all the difference.

Pennsylvania Senate Bill #1, the Opportunity Scholarship Act, has the potential to be that helping hand for children inside the state, and the PSU College Republicans are holding a forum tonight to discuss what the future could hold with this bill.

Meet the Coach: Penn State Hockey Gets Its “Guy”

On Sunday, Penn State announced that their search for their first men's hockey coach came to an end when word came that they hired Guy Gadowsky to take over the Division I program that begins play in 2012-2013.

For the Glory Days: University-Wide Senior Sendoff

Free food. Free t-shirts. Hanging out with the baby ducks. If you've learned anything in your last four (or five) years at Penn State, you know how great all of these truly are. Graduating seniors can enjoy all of these by attending the University Wide Senior Sendoff this Thursday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Hintz Alumni Center. Find out more after the jump.

Outgoing CCSG President Reflects on Tenure

Mohamed Raouda can remember the exact moment he knew he wanted to become the president of the Council of Commonwealth Student Governments.

"I got involved in CCSG as a freshman, back in Altoona, and it was the first time I came up to University Park for Council," he recounts. "I realized how much bigger it was than just my one campus. I saw a collective of student governments fighting for the whole of the commonwealth."

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