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Day: November 5, 2012

Game Day Observations: Purdue

A dominating win at home is one thing, but demolishing a team on the road is on another level of satisfaction. There's nothing like watching visiting fans leaving their stadium dejected in the middle of the 3rd quarter after taking a romping from your team. That's exactly what happened on Saturday afternoon in West Lafayette, and now, I'm going to tell you all about it!

Penn State Hockey Wins Fourth Straight

Penn State Hockey (5-2-0) defeated Buffalo State 4-2 at the Greenberg Ice Pavilion on Saturday night to register its first victory on home ice and fourth consecutive win overall.

One Year Later, What Have We Learned?

It is now exactly one year to the day that Jerry Sandusky was arrested and charged with 40 counts of child sexual abuse. The arrest kicked off the one year that we at Penn State would like to forget most of all. The scandal devastated us, as the school and its symbols we thought we knew seemed to unravel. But I think I've learned more in the past year than perhaps any other.

Where to Vote On Election Day?

Tomorrow, millions of Americans, and thousands of Penn State students and faculty will cast ballots. Onward State has created an infographic for undecided voters to the presidential election, and a complete rundown of the local ballot. For those of you registered voters wondering if your voting location has changed, there are a few simple steps you can take to verify your polling place ahead of tomorrow's election:

Basketball Teams Dominate in Exhibition Games

This past weekend, both the Men's and Women's Basketball teams showed their talent and potential in exhibition games leading up to the start of the season. The men defeated Philadelphia University 79-54 while the women defeated California University of Pennsylvania 95-39.

Sandusky Scandal: A Year in Pictures

Exactly one year ago, the Penn State community entered into a whirlwind of shock, confusion, tragedy, and eventually the first seedlings of healing. The images are still fresh in our mind from all these emotions, and will no doubt continue to be as the community moves forward.

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