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Month: October 2011

College Republicans Host TRUTH Week

The Penn State College Republicans have organized TRUTH Week, four days of speakers who promote conservatism and limited government. According to Josh Crawford, Chairman of the College Republicans, “TRUTH Week is a week dedicated to finding truth in areas of public policy often clouded by political rhetoric and demonization.” The College Republicans are hosting four speakers and workshops dedicated to bringing Republican ideals out of the shadows.

Women’s Volleyball Takes Down Nebraska

The Penn State Women's Volleyball team recorded a statement win over Nebraska on Saturday Night providing much needed confidence and keeping hopes of another Big Ten title alive.

Penn State Pulls Out 10-7 Victory Over Illinois

It snowed in October.

At least that was interesting.

Oh, and Penn State beat Illinois 10-7. I guess that happened as well.
Heading into the game, the teams were heading in opposite directions, with the Nittany Lions winning six straight, while the Illini had lost two in a row. Penn State was also looking to avenge a 33-13 loss to Illinois from last year at Beaver Stadium.

Gameday: Penn State vs. Illinois

By the time you read this, State College may already be covered in snow. According to AccuWeather, it will be a chilly 34 degrees at kickoff for Penn State versus Illinois. A winter storm warning is in effect, and between five and 10 inches of snow is expected. So, if a little bad weather scares you away from going to Beaver Stadium, don't worry...Onward State and StateCollege.com have you covered.

An Open Apology Letter to Matt McGloin

After much criticism early in the season, Matt McGloin appears to be the quarterback of a 7-1 Penn State team. He has surprised many so far, but bigger opportunities await.

Whiting Out Illinois, Literally.

It looks like mother nature is more than willing to contribute to the White Out atmosphere. During the game, expect 38 degrees, steady snow, and light winds. The official forecast from AccuWeather calls for 2-4 inches of snow during the day tomorrow.

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