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Day: October 23, 2012

Dum Dum Girls to Play Chronic Town

Tonight, SOMA and Roustabout! will be hosting one of their biggest acts, the Dum Dum Girls, live at Chronic Town with opening act, Dead Channel. The show will start at 9pm and costs $15 at the door.

Final Debate Sparks Questions for PSU Students

Last night, PSU Votes hosted a presidential debate watch party where after Obama and Romney duked it out over foreign policy, professor of sociology, Sam Richards, led students in a discussion to help break down the rhetoric and sift out the personal views of those in attendance. Here's how Penn State voters reacted to last night's presidential debate.

Counting Down the Most Memorable PSU-OSU Games: 1997

In order to be excited about what is to come in the future, it is important to understand and appreciate the past. This coming Saturday marks the most anticipated contest to date in a new era of Penn State Football as the Nittany Lions take on the undefeated No. 9 Ohio State Buckeyes. But big games against Ohio State are nothing new. Today, we are taking a look back at the 1997 game, with Joshua Guiher (@collegiatestdms). Only one interview was conducted for this game, but the story will more than compensate for the lack of fans.

Free Pumpkin Carving in Eastview Terrace

The Nittany chapter of NRHH is sponsoring a free pumpkin carving tonight at 6 p.m. Get all the details and check out some Penn State jack-o-lantern ideas after the jump.

The Future of Paterno Fellows

While the Athletics Department and Paterno family continue to part ways, academics continue to be one area where there is a robust relationship. The Paterno Fellows Program will keep its name for now, and the Student Advisory Board will make a final decision when the trials are finished.

Embarrassing Things I’ve Done at Penn State

I though that after the high school years, striking banality would be a thing of the past. But Happy Valley has its fair share of randomness. Here is a list of some iffy things I've done while at Penn State.

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