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Day: April 22, 2013

NCAA Championships Mark End of a Successful Season for Men’s Gymnastics

It was quite the thrilling and emotional ride at Rec Hall this weekend, with the Penn State Men's Gymnastics Team playing host to the NCAA Championships

Senior Column: Shapeless in the Hands of Fate

One of our writers reflects on his time at Penn State, how it shaped him into who he is today, and how we as students are responsible for helping Penn State find its new identity.

Two Worlds, One State

Two very different worlds are not so far apart at Penn State, and most people don’t even realize it. Pieces of this history are all around us, and we often fail to recognize it.

Tickets Still Available for the “Great Debate”

Tomorrow night, two political heavyweights will descend on Penn State's campus for what some are deeming "The Great Debate" (at least that's what it says on the tickets). Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich and former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs will square off in Schwab Auditorium at 8 p.m. to discuss the role of government in a free society.

John Butler: Adrian Amos Will Play Safety

Following Saturday's Blue-White game, John Butler said that junior Adrian Amos would head into training camp as a starting safety after playing his first two seasons at cornerback. This move creates some interesting questions for the defensive coordinator and the secondary.

Kicking It With Ikonic Ink, State College’s Newest Tattoo Parlor

If you are thinking about sinking the ink anytime soon you should check out the new contender in State College's tattoo and piercing scene, Ikonic Ink. Located in between Saint's Cafe and Green Bowl and owned by local Dave Faussette, you can find the new boutique-like parlor at 127 W. Beaver Ave where artists Adam Zimmer and Shawn Elliot are doing what they love.

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