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Day: January 16, 2012

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Free iClickers Courtesy of UPUA

UPUA's new initiative will allow students to rent iClickers for free!

DSH: <em>The Big Lebowski</em> at State Theatre

This series is influenced by (or lovingly ripped off from) NYU Local’s Drunk/Sober/High feature. After the jump, you’ll read the opinions of three writers who took it upon themselves to have a great night with differing ideals at The State Theatre's showing of The Big Lebowski this past Friday night.

President Erickson Won Crowd at Last Town Hall

The last stop on Rodney Erickson's three-city alumni town hall tour might well have been his best performance, as the Penn State President fielded questions from alumni on a variety of topics ranging from Joe Paterno's firing to how a professor can achieve emeritus status. The event, held Friday evening in Manhattan, featured a less robust attendance than either of Erickson's Pennsylvania appearances--in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia--but the 300 who made the trek to the Financial District and the Downtown Marriott on a bone-chillingly cold winter night came prepared to ask the right questions.

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65 Days Later, Why Jenkins Got the Call From Paterno

Mike Poorman explores why, when Joe Paterno finally spoke to the media, he chose the Washington Post’s Sally Jenkins.

Lady Lions Cruise to Victory in Nebraska

The Penn State women's basketball team earned one of its most impressive wins of the season on Sunday against Nebraska, winning 93-73. All five starters for the No. 25 Lady Lions scored in double figures against the No. 23 Cornhuskers. Penn State's next contest at Illinois (6-11, 0-4 Big Ten) is next Thursday at 8 p.m. Despite their record, Illinois is proving a tough team to beat in its last few games, two of which were within three points, and one that went to overtime.

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On Public Accountability, Public Hours and the Penn State Board

Offering an opportunity for public comment would make the Penn State Board of Trustees much more transparent, argues Adam Smeltz. That and other observations in his weekly column.

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