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Day: September 2, 2011

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Verizon Wireless Upgrades Beaver Stadium Service

Verizon Wireless installed a temporary Cell on Wheels (COW) unit outside of Beaver Stadium to accomodate the increased cell usage during football games. This unit will enhance wireless service outside of the stadium, including the RV lots.

NRT Doesn’t Want a Refund, Just Your Auditions

NRT hasn't changed its motto—it doesn't want a refund, but it is holding auditions next week and is actively seeking new members. No Refund Theatre is holding auditions for this fall semester's second round of shows this Sunday through September 6 from 6-9 p.m. in the Chambers Building lobby. For more information about the organization and this year's show schedule visit the NRT website. NRT provides an avenue for students with a wide range of experience who want to try acting and in the process meet new people.

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Sources: Bolden to Start

According to Lions247, Rob Bolden will be starting under center when Penn State opens their season Saturday against Indiana State. However, both Bolden and Matt McGloin are expected to take snaps against the Sycamores.

Libraries’ Open House Set for Sept. 7 & 8

Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the annual Pattee and Paterno Libraries' open house will be held this Wednesday and Thursday, September 7th and 8th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day. Come out to learn more about the libraries--or just to win some free swag.

Freshman 101: How to Survive Football Weekend

Hey, freshmen! You’re now winding down the second week of your first semester at Penn State. At this point, hopefully you’ve mastered your class schedule, rode the blue loop to downtown a few times, and regretted a few late night slices of Canyon Pizza. This weekend will be your first taste of one of the best aspects of The Pennsylvania State University: Penn State football.

“Radio Golf” Sets the Year’s Performances Bar High

The lights disappear over the small theater's audience, every seat filled, and are replaced by glaring bulbs on stage. It's the moment where a room full of strangers come together to suspend disbelief and fall away into a performance that seems entirely real. On this night, the show is Radio Golf.

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