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Day: October 26, 2011

Drake Concert Confirmed for November 10

In contrast to a prior post on this site stemming from a blog post on Drake's official tour blog a few weeks ago, the hip-hop artist will, in fact, make his stop at the Bryce Jordan Center on November 10, as scheduled. The confirmation comes courtesy of a status on the BJC's Facebook page this afternoon.

Haunted Valley: Our Guide for Your Halloween Weekend

Penn State is quite the place on Halloween. We're rowdy any day of the week, and holidays certainly aren't the exception. Not that we need an excuse to binge drink, ever, but Halloween is at least a somewhat valid one. Even if raging your face off isn't what you had in mind, here are some options that can be enjoyed sober.

814 Crusader: Lukie Vuitton

From running his own studio, Amen Shekem Records, to producing his own beats, videos and promotions with his brother and business partner, Ave, Lukie Vuitton has "Seen It All." Find out how this local rapper is using his personal struggles to produce a grassroots crusade with his music after the jump.

Class Gift Chosen: Lion Shrine Historical Display

The 2012 Senior Class Gift Committee has just announced the winning selection for this year’s gift. Click on to read what the class of 2012 voted for.

Trojan Sends Condoms to <i>Collegian,</i> Onward State Feels Betrayed

An injustice was committed against us, and it's personal. @Kris_Helfer announced that The Daily Collegian received an offering of condoms and "goodies" from Trojan. We consider this to be a low blow from Trojan, who has situated Ms. Helfer and The Daily Collegian the position to receive a generous endowment without even taking a moment to slow down and understand what large impact this package may leave on everyone.

Get Your Basketball Season Tickets!

The Pat Chambers era begins in 11 days, and the sale to the show begins today in the HUB. Today, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Alumni Hall, student season basketball tickets will be on sale for $59. The ticket package includes a Nittany Nation T-shirt, early admission to games to ensure the best seating, and an in-season practice.

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