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Day: February 7, 2012

Paterno Memorial Items Will Be Archived

Per University Archivist Jackie Esposito, the mementos that once surrounded the Joe Paterno statue have been moved to a storage space provided by Intercollegiate Athletics.

Governor Corbett Announces More Funding Cuts

Today marks Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett second Budget Proposal address to members of the PA legislature, and with it came a similar tune from last year's remarks: cuts, limited spending, and no new taxes.

Becoming The Iceman

Some may have heard of an eccentric Dutchman by the name of Wim Hof. What's so extraordinary about him is that he has "the ability to control the thermostat" in his head. The idea behind that seems hard to believe, but it's been documented on video for his daredevil feats that seem to defy normal human threshold. But for Justin Rosales, a Penn State graduate, the ability to defy normal human standards became the catalyst the drove him onto a vision quest and eventually led him to publishing his story

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Paterno Family Showed Class Through Challenging Ordeal

Jerry Fisher thanks the Paterno family for showing poise and endurance during a difficult period.

Reader-Submitted Post

It Takes A Village

It takes a village to raise a child..... This old, familiar proverb has always resonated with me and it's part of why I am so grateful for my Facebook village of mommy's. But I think this wise saying has much more power than that. It takes a village to make an impact, to make a difference, to change our world for the better. To me, raising a child to do these things, with the help of "your village" is of course the whole point of this proverb, but lately I've been focusing more on the impact part.

THON to Host Movie & Four Diamonds Panel

With only ten short days remaining until THON weekend 2012, students will be presented with one more opportunity to delve into the history of the Four Diamonds Fund.

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