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Day: March 12, 2012

Lady Lions a No. 4 Seed in NCAA Tournament

On Monday night, the Penn State women's basketball team learned its NCAA Tournament fate. The Lady Lions earned a No. 4 seed, and they will face 13th-seeded UTEP in Baton Rouge, La. The teams will square off on Sunday at 5:15 p.m. on ESPN2.

Rep. Glenn Thompson Congratulates THON Before Congress

Representative Glenn Thompson of Pennsylvania’s 5th congressional district addressed the House last Thursday to recognize and congratulate THON for another year of success. Thompson, a Penn State grad and Bellefonte native, had asked and received permission to address the House.

New CATA Buses Have Arrived

Have you noticed the shiny, modern-looking CATA buses around campus and downtown recently? Last week, CATA unveiled 11 of its 28 new transportation buses that they've been saving funds for over the past several years.

Paterno Family Responds to BOT Statement

Earlier today, the Penn State Board of Trustees issued a statement explaining their decision to fire Joe Paterno and Graham Spanier back in November. Shortly after, the Paterno family fired back with an unambiguous statement criticizing the Board's descision and respond.

Amendola Calls for More Specific Bill of Particulars, May Request Case to be Dropped

A pre-trial hearing for the Jerry Sandusky case was held Monday morning in Bellefonte to discuss the defense's request for a more specific Bill of Particulars.

[Protips] Surviving 55 Days Of Cafe

It's a tradition unlike any other. No, I'm not talking about The Masters. I'm talking about the Fifth Annual 55 Days Of Cafe which starts today and runs through the Saturday of Finals Week. As an alumnus of this event and frequent purveyor of Cafe 210, here are some protips for all prospective participants.

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