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Day: January 8, 2013

Man Arrested for Entering Palmerton Apartments Naked and Masturbating

Earlier this morning, at approximately 1:03 a.m., State College police responded to a complaint at the Palmerton apartment building on Beaver Ave. The call said that a male had entered an apartment, went into a female's bedroom, and started masturbating.

Penn State Vice President Doesn’t Take Too Kindly to Pirates, Urges Them to Stop

Interim Executive Vice President and Provost, Rob Pangborn, sent out a mass email to Undergraduate students advising them to stop downloading illegal content from the internet. Chances are you immediately deleted the email upon receiving it. President Rob Pangborn is not a big fan of the Pirate community at Penn State.

Final Penn State Transfer Update

With the 2012 season concluding last night, here is a final look at the nine Penn State transfers and how their seasons ended.

Penn State Struggles in Loss to Indiana

Brandon Taylor's three pointer less than two minutes into the contest gave Penn State a 3-2 lead, but Taylor would not make another three point shot the rest of the night, and his team would never hold the lead again as the Nittany Lions (8-6, 0-2) fell to the Hoosiers (14-1, 2-0) 74-51.

Q & A with Auditor General-Elect Eugene DePasquale

Two months ago, Pennsylvania's Auditor General Jack Wagner proposed sweeping changes to governance at Penn State University. However, his term expires this month. Eugene DePasquale, an Assemblyman from York, PA, will take over as Auditor General. We interviewed Dr. DePasquale to learn if he will pursue Wagner's changes.

Buying Books Doesn’t Have to Break Your Wallet

Buying textbooks can be a huge pain, but it doesn't have to put a hole in your wallet! Read on to find out more information on how to get better deals on buying books, to avoid being ripped off at the bookstore.

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