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Day: March 13, 2013

11th Annual Lift for Life Set for Arts Fest Weekend

Lift for Life will be held Friday July 12th during Arts Fest weekend. President Eric Shrive hopes that the Penn State chapter of Uplifting Athletes can raise $300,000 this year to benefit kidney cancer awareness and research.

PSU Women’s Ice Hockey Club: The Journey

The "little hockey team that could" went from previously not existing to winning second place at nationals in less than a year!

10 Questions with the Source of All Truth, @PSU_Facts

We have the exact same political agenda as the warlord Joseph Kony: to enslave children and build a youthful militia in our quest to take over the nation of Uganda. Seriously, we just want to entertain and remind people that you should never take yourselves too seriously.

2012 Grad Patrick Howley Enters Board Of Trustees Race

Patrick Howley isn’t your average Board of Trustee candidate, not only because of his young age, although that certainly does set him apart. Currently, the youngest alumni member of the Board is Adam Taliaferro, who graduated from Penn State in 2005. However Howley feels that this is something that needs to change.

Upcoming Campus Talks and Lectures Not to Miss

With Former President of Ireland, Mary Robinson speaking tonight, and TEDxPSU this weekend, Penn State is playing host to a lot of really awesome speakers and lecturers. In addition to Robinson and TEDxPSU, the next two weeks will be packed with discussions on everything from siblings' fighting to the Olympics. Here is a list of talks and lectures you will not want to miss.

Rob Schneider: ‘The Man, The Myth, The Legend’

As beloved Theatre 100 Professor Rob Schneider's time at Penn State comes to a close this spring, he shares how he fell in love with the theatre, how he ended up in Happy Valley, and his plans for after his departure. Schneider also leaves some last words for the students and faculty here at Penn State, as well as answering some of the art's most hotly contested mysteries.

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