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Day: October 10, 2013

Meet the THON 2014 Directors: Dylan Miller, Family Relations Director

In the latest of our series of interviews with the Directors of THON 2014, we sat down with Family Relations Director Dylan Miller to discuss the impact of the Family Relations committee and all things THON.

The Rise of Allen Robinson

Allen Robinson was just a three-star recruit coming out of St. Mary Preparatory School in Orchard Lake, Mich in 2010. He received interest from six schools: Toledo, Minnesota, Michigan State, Buffalo, Bowling Green, and Penn State. Three years later, just about every college football team in the nation would love to have Robinson on their roster as he’s become one of the best receivers in the nation.

Several Pennsylvania Towns Crack Down on Canning

Canners have been experiencing trouble when attempting to collect money for THON in some parts of Pennsylvania. Over the first canning weekend, canners in Newtown, Pa. were asked to leave an intersection in the township due to township laws and safety concerns.

Christian Hackenberg Opens Up About Continued Commitment To Penn State In CBS Interview

"Your word is really one of the only things you have in life."

Some wise words spoken by a young man only just figuring out the college lifestyle and what it means to play Division I football. For Christian Hackenberg, Penn State's 18-year old starting quarterback those words rang even truer as he elected to stay committed to Penn State following the announcement of the NCAA sanctions.

Sneezy and Squirrel Girl: One Year Later

It's been about a year since Onward State introduced the world to Sneezy and it's been quite the ride for both Sneezy and Mary Krupa ever since.

UPUA Moves On From Movin’ On

It's unusual to have much real debate at UPUA meetings. It's even more unusual to have a piece of legislation fail to pass through the assembly. But that's exactly what we had last night at the weekly UPUA general assembly meeting as our student government debated funding for the annual Movin' On music festival.

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