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Day: May 2, 2011

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College Republicans Chairman Responds to bin Laden’s Death

As Americans everywhere react, College Republicans Chairman Josh Crawford offers his take on the death of Osama bin Laden.

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Thousands Converge on ‘Beaver Canyon’ as Penn Staters Celebrate bin Laden News’s Adam Smeltz spoke with State College Police Chief Tom King about last night’s celebration in Beaver Canyon. Intoxication levels at the high-octane gathering were “not high,” according to King.  

Help Fight AIDS with Textbooks

Instead of bargaining with the HUB Bookstore to get half your money back for your textbooks there is something else you can do with them. Even the books that the store won't take back can be donated to help fight HIV/AIDS through the organization CARE for AIDS.

Movin’ On 2011 Brings Out Students, Despite Rain

With all the debate surrounding Movin’ On 2011, there was certainly going to be an interesting evening in store. There were those who were pessimistic, about the band selections, or those who feared the daunting weather many would be the deciding factor in the success or failure of the concert, but for those in attendance, it was difficult to say that it wasn’t a pretty awesome night. Despite all of the talk and poor weather, Penn Staters didn’t disappoint. In fact, they showed up in droves as the night went on and the music got people moving.

Students Bare It All For Finals Study Break

Students were dressed in Christmas lights, Mexican wrestling masks and somberos but nothing else on Sunday night as girls and boys took a break from pouring over textbooks to streak down Mifflin Road and cross another thing off of their Penn State bucket list. Look at Onward State's pictures of the event after the jump.

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Collegian Article Under Review

College of the Liberal Arts Undergraduate Studies Dean Chris Long responded to last week’s Collegian article about the impact the Core Council’s recommendations would have on majors like Religious Studies and Jewish Studies.

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