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Day: January 14, 2013

A History Lesson in Penn State Squirrels

It's been a great year for the Penn State squirrel. The Squirrel Whisperer article on Onward State remains as one of the most read posts in our history. Sneezy the Penn State Squirrel has become a household name and its Facebook page has almost as many likes as The Daily Collegian. But just how did the Penn State squirrel come to be?

IFC and PHC Sponsoring MBA’s “Snowflakes FTK”

Penn State's Master of Business Administration program will host its "Snowflakes FTK" event tomorrow from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Business Building Atrium. It all seems pretty simple -- show up, decorate a paper snowflake, and it will be hung from the atrium bridge for the week.

Penn State Struggles Offensively, Falls to Purdue 60-42

Penn State men's basketball dropped to 0-4 in the Big Ten yesterday with a 60-42 loss at Purdue.

Youth Soccer Clinic Held to Benefit the Mack Brady Scholarship Fund

An array of colorful knee-high socks, jerseys, and soccer balls filled Holuba Hall yesterday evening at the free, youth soccer clinic held to honor the passing of Dean Christian and Elizabeth Brady's 8-year-old son, Mack.

Masser, Deviney to Run for BOT Leadership

The Penn State Board of Trustees will elect a new Chair and Vice Chair at its next meeting this Friday, after Karen Peetz decided that she will not seek re-election.

Keith Masser, the current Vice Chair, has announced his intention to run for Chair and Stephanie Deviney has announced her intention to run for Vice Chair.

Wrestling Shuts Out Michigan State 41-0

Despite not starting top-ranked wrestlers Dylan and Andrew Alton due to an altercation that occurred over winter break, Penn State wrestling did not lose a single bout, defeating Michigan State 41-0 at Rec Hall.

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