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Day: September 19, 2012

Tell Rodney Erickson How You Really Feel at Today’s Student Town Hall Forum

You should take the time today speak in an open discussion with President Rodney Erickson. Why not be a member of the public and participate? Join in at the Student Town Hall Forum today in the HUB Auditorium. Read more for clarity and anecdotal humor.

Michael Zordich Leading On and Off the Field

Michael Zordich's role on the football team is more important than ever as he serves as a leader both on and off the field. His career was not without some struggles, but his passion and intensity has made him one of the faces of the 2012 Penn State Nittany Lions.

David Joyner to Remain Athletic Director Until 2014

President Rodney Erickson told Bloomberg that he plans to keep acting athletic director David Joyner in his position until at least 2014, when Erickson is planning on retiring.

The Pokémon Society’s Quiet Domination

The Penn State Pokémon Society puts the crown on the line this fall when they hope to repeat as Champions of the Intercollegiate Pokémon League. Led by founder/commissioner Alex Valente, the league features competition among six different schools, and is constantly in contact with other schools for expansion.

Mayor Goreham to Speak at UPUA Meeting

State College Mayor Elizabeth Goreham will be in attendance at tonight's UPUA General Assembly meeting. She will be introducing herself to the new assembly and discussing her role as Mayor.

McLanahan’s Seeking to Profit From Unlicensed Blue Out Shirts

This weekend marks the second annual Blue Out game, an event organized to raise awareness and funds for child abuse prevention. Unfortunately, it seems as though not all State College-area businesses are on board with the organization’s altruistic, non-profit mission. McLanahan’s, Penn State’s premier destination for overpriced groceries and Silas Redd jerseys, is marketing their own unlicensed “Blue Out” shirt for this weekend’s game against Temple, seemingly in direct competition with the official shirt offered by the event's organizer, Blue Out.

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