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Day: September 23, 2013

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Penn Staters and the Challenge of Attractive Dissent

As time moves forward, and the next chapters in our story are authored, Penn Staters for responsible stewardship can redeem our culture by embracing a paradoxical truth—the University is each of us within the Penn State family. We don't need the approval or consent of an unwilling Board of Trustees or administration to ensure our history and values live on.

We simply need to remember our history and our values, and live on.

Game Day Observations: Kent State

David Jones called this game a "necessary errand," which is an apt term, both on the field and in the stands. I think I'm still a bit waterlogged. In any case, here are my observations from the last game at Beaver Stadium in three weeks.

Penn State to Install 450 Surveillance Cameras in Dorms

Penn State announced its plans this weekend to install approximately 450 Internet protocol-based video surveillance cameras in 60 residence halls and commons areas.

Penn State Trustees Discuss Tuition Increase

The Penn State Board of Trustees gathered Friday afternoon for its regularly scheduled meeting, discussing a wide range of issues and financial reports, most notably its next state appropriation request and budget proposal.

Overheard at Canyon Pizza

Sure, College Pizza and McDonald's are decent alternatives when you're craving something greasy after the bars close or some chick kicks you out of her apartment party, but any real Penn State student knows that Canyon is where it's at when you want to get your drunken grub on - which is precisely what made Canyon the prime spot for us to set up camp for this week's Overheard.

10 Questions With Tampa Mayor and Former Penn State Lax Bro Bob Buckhorn

Being the mayor of a big city is a tough job. Bob Buckhorn, a Penn State alumni and former lax bro, is the current mayor of Tampa, Florida. We sat down with him to talk about his current job and his time at Penn State.

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