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Day: October 24, 2012

“We Are” Sculpture Chosen as 2013 Senior Class Gift

The Senior Class Gift Committee for the Class of 2013 has announced that this year's gift, as voted on by current Penn State seniors, will be the "We Are" sculpture. The sculpture will feature the words "We Are" and have the words of the Alma Mater carved on them, in Fred Lewis Pattee's original handwriting.

Record Numbers Camp Out at Nittanyville

With the Ohio State game only three days away, the tent village outside of Beaver Stadium called "Nittanyville" is in full swing. Students have been camping out since Monday night for the best seats in Beaver Stadium when the undefeated Buckeyes come to town in what will be by far the toughest task of the year for the Nittany Lions.

Victim 1: “Do I Blame Penn State? No.”

Aaron Fisher, formerly known as Victim 1 in the Jerry Sandusky case, wrote a book that was publicly released yesterday. In tandem with his book release, he's also elected to do a few select interviews following his conversation with ABC's Chris Cuomo that aired last Friday.


Last Minute Halloween Costumes

You've got a bowl full of candy, a fridge full of alcohol, and a few pumpkins you carved at the Arboretum displayed proudly on your countertop. You've watched Hocus Pocus at least seven times in the past two weeks. Everything's going according to plan. Except in the whirlwind of autumn festivity, you completely forgot to pick up a costume. We anticipated your lazy forgetfulness and gathered a few costume ideas for such an instance.

10 Questions With New Homecoming Executive Director Bobby Walter

With the 2012 Homecoming celebration coming to a close a couple weeks ago, preparations for the 2013 Homecoming week are already underway. Bobby Walter -- who served as the Homecoming Public Relations Director this past year -- was named as the new 2013 Executive Director on Monday. Walter was kind enough to answer 10 questions for us in the latest installment of our 10 question interview series.

Hodges and Mauti Succeeding with Different Styles

On the gridiron, senior linebackers Gerald Hodges and Michael Mauti have a lot in common. Step off the field, and some of the similarities begin to fade away. A few days from now, the two senior linebackers will play a major role as the defense attempts to contain an explosive Ohio State offense.

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