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Day: October 15, 2012

Penn State Student in Critical Condition After Fall

Penn State student and varsity cheerleader, Paige Raque is reportedly still in critical condition following a five-story fall last night from a balcony outside Calder Commons around midnight. Raque's brother, Parker, has been providing updates via Twitter (@RaqueBalboa) with the hashtag #prayforpaige

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Why I Resigned the Paterno Chair

Penn State Professor Michael Bérubé explains why he resigned the Paterno Family Professorship in Literature and discusses Paterno's legacy and Penn State moving forward in the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Help Hershey Med Win $10k in Video Contest

The Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center is in contention to win $10,000 to help fight breast cancer, and they need your votes and social media prowess in order to do so.

Talking Money with PSU Votes

With 53% of recent college graduates either jobless or underemployed, the economy is a lighting rod topic for young voters. And with the presidential election just weeks away, learn where you stand on economic issues at tonight's PSU Votes event, "Employment and Student Aid: How the Economy Impacts You."

The Quest for a Division Championship: Second Half Schedule Analysis

The bye week has come and passed, meaning there is Penn State Football for the next six Saturdays through Thanksgiving. As the players settle back into a weekly routine leading up to Saturday's showdown in Kinnick Stadium, we are taking a look at the remaining games on the Nittany Lions' schedule. Below is a look at the upcoming opponents in order from least to most difficult.

College GOP’s “Truth Week” Starts Today

It looks like Christmas came two months early this year, Penn State.

The College Republican's "Truth Week" kicks off today with an impressive lineup of Republican and conservative minded speakers on campus to generate political buzz for the upcoming election. Find out who's coming after the jump.

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