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Day: October 24, 2011

Student-Athletes Show Their Stuff FTK

Student-athletes took to the stage on Sunday at the SAAB Mr. & Ms. Student-Athlete Pageant to raise money for THON and compete to be crowned King or Queen. The pageant raised an estimated $2,000 For The Kids.

Revisit THON FT5K 2011

Yesterday afternoon, I headed over to the THON FT5K to hang out, take some pictures, and support one of THON's larger events besides THON Weekend. Having walked it last year, I was extremely excited to see this year's turnout, rock out to Larry Moore's superb choice of jammage, and see all the intriguing decor that accompany THON events.

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A Perspective on the Occupation Movement

We are the multitude and we are trying to create a new world in the shell of the old. We are working in a dispersed, decentralized way on local issues that connect to systemic goals. We believe there are fundamental problems with governance and with how wealth is generated and distributed. We are exploring how system change can be approached through a combination of incremental changes and by developing counter institutions.

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Marie Claire Front Row Challenge Coming to Penn State

Penn State hasn’t been known to produce fabulous events bringing together hundreds of people, plus special guests like fashion magazine editors, style directors, or big execs. Well, State College, prepare yourself. That’s about to change.

The Month of McGloin

Exactly one month ago marked September 24th. In case you don't remember, a beautiful fall afternoon welcomed the Eastern Michigan Eagles to Happy Valley. Our beloved Nittany Lions coasted to 34-6 victory that day, but to be honest, I don't remember all too much from the game. Not because I was drunk, but because it was simply a boring game.

But, I do remember one thing in particular...

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PSU Doctoral Students Receive Scholarships From KPMG Foundation

Adrienne Rhodes and Anywhere Sikochi, both Pennsylvania State University Doctoral Students, Awarded $10,000 Minority Doctoral Scholarship From KPMG Foundation.

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