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Day: October 18, 2012

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Why Iowa Sucks

Hello, my friends. You may wonder why I have gathered you here. On Saturday, our noble football team will enter Kinnick Stadium, located in the great American wasteland known as Iowa. Iowa is a desolate place, where hopes and dreams go to die, sucked into a black hole of desolation.

Andrea Davidson To Play Noontime Show In HUB

The Student Programming Association's Noontime Concert Series brings soulful acoustic guitarist Andrea Davidson to the HUB for a free noontime show on Friday. The 24 year old Louisville, Kentucky local mixes loops of guitar, vocals, and percussion to create a unique sound that transcends several genres. Read on for more info.

Practice Observations: Iowa Week

Saturday night's Kinnick Stadium showdown between Penn State and Iowa will be the most hostile atmosphere Bill O'Brien and his Nittany Lions have faced so far this season. They attempted to simulate the anticipated crowd noise with blaring music during a Wednesday afternoon practice as preparations for the Hawkeyes continued.

SNL Fails to Be Funny Once Again

Last month SNL released a video titled, “Gilette Masters of Style,” where once again Jason Sudeikis decided to mock Jerry Sandusky. The short one-minute spoof commercial proves to be completely random, pointless, and just simply not even funny.

UPUA Tables Vote to Censure Justin Laskowski

Heated debate. Parliamentary procedure. Unnecessarily bureaucratic legislation. These are all commonplace occurrences at weekly University Park Undergraduate Association's General Assembly meetings. But a motion to censure a representative? That's some juicy stuff, and it happened last night for the first time in two years when Internal Development Chair Dray Krishnan motioned to censure Student Life Chair Justin Laskowski for "abuse of the legislative process."

Women’s Volleyball Sweeps Ohio State 3-0

The Penn State Women's Volleyball team defeated Ohio State in straight sets (25-21, 25-19, 25-22) last night in Columbus, improving their record to 19-1 overall and 9-0 in the Big Ten.

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