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Day: January 18, 2013

Board of Trustees Meet, Masser Elected Chair

The Penn State Board of Trustees met earlier this afternoon at the Penn Stater Conference Center as part of its bimonthly meeting. A number of motions were voted on, including the election of the new Board of Trustees chair and vice chair, won by Keith Masser and Stephanie Deviney, respectively.

A Look at Penn State Winter Fashion

When the Penn State student body woke up to a blanket of snow on Wednesday morning, most of us took it as our cue to dawn our puffiest winter jacket and a pair of Uggs. How can we possibly get through the long, cold winter ahead of us if we continue to dress like this? I set out to find the key to looking winter chic. As it turns out, the answer is simple: Statement pants!

Penn State Music Awards to be Hosted by Open Mic

Penn State's Open Mic club will be honoring some of Happy Valley's best musicians by hosting the Penn State Music Awards on February 28th in Alumni Hall.

THON Hoops is Tomorrow

Come to the Bryce Jordan Center at 1 p.m. tomorrow as the Men's Basketball team takes on Nebraska. Nittany Nation will be selling $5 tickets in the HUB today from 10-3, and all proceeds go to THON.

Homemade Cold Remedies (That Actually Work)

Welcome to State College, where the weather is drastic and always unpredictable. Changing climates, along with living in close quarters and poor sleeping habits, surely doesn’t have much benefit on our immune systems. As tempted as we may be to scurry downtown to CVS and scarf down cold medicine, usually the best cures are the natural ones. So when you’re curled up in bed with a stuffy nose and sore throat, simply visit your kitchen for each ingredient to these homemade cold remedies.

Nineties Throwback Party at Levels Tonight & it’s All That

Tonight a beloved 90's themed party sponsored by Public Relations Student Society of America will be hosted at the night club. The event will begin at 10 p.m. and caters to not just 21 and up, but also minors. The first fifty people to arrive get in for free and after that 18-21 is 10 dollars, and 21 and over is 3 dollars at the door.

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