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Day: December 12, 2013

IFC Bans Parties During State Patty’s Day Weekend

The Interfraternity Council voted to ban social functions during State Patty's Day weekend, which will be held March 1. The student-created drinking holiday was born in 2007 when St. Patrick’s Day fell during spring break and has occurred annually since.

Credit Card Company Sues Joe Amendola For Back Payments

Demetrios Tsarouhis, an attorney for American Express, filed paperwork Monday at the Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte that accuses local attorney Joe Amendola of failing to make payments of more than $25,000 on a credit card.

From One Happy Valley to Another: The Willie Family Story

After both her father and grandfather were diagnosed with kidney cancer, Alison Willie was brought out of her hometown of Happy Valley, Ore., to a new Happy Valley -- the one we all know and love.

Penn State Giftmas Guide

Find the perfect Penn State gift for everyone at the top, or the bottom, of your list this holiday season.

By the Numbers: Christian Hackenberg’s Freshman Season

While looking at end-of-the-year awards is all fine and dandy, it doesn’t effectively highlight the outstanding performance that Christian Hackenberg had in his freshman season. By analyzing some key stats, we can see where Hackenberg shined and where he needs to improve.

The Worst Final Exam Schedules of the Semester

Earlier this week, we asked you to share with us your terrible final exam schedule, inspired by last year's post on the same topic. We put together some of the submissions that made us cringe the most. To those whom we've featured, we salute you.

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