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Day: February 10, 2014

[Video] THON 2014 – Redefined

With THON just 11 days away, quite a few YouTube videos focused on Penn State's 46-hour dance marathon have been published. Although not released by an official THON account, we decided to share this one titled "THON 2014 - Redefined," published by YouTube user m2387, because it's incredibly well done. This user has been making awesome THON videos for years, all of which have thousands of views on his channel. So check out this most recent video, set to Avicii's "Hey Brother," and get excited to stand for 46.

TEDxPSU Releases Full 2014 Speaker List

After initially releasing the names of the first six speakers for the 2014 TEDxPSU conference ten days ago, the organization has revealed the names of all 14 speakers.

Music Monday: Mildly Musing Melodies

Students, Alumni, Faculty, lend me your ears! Yes, it's Monday again. The start of a new week may be tough to get through, but don't be scared. Music Monday is here to make your life a little bit easier. These six tracks have been meticulously chosen for your listening pleasure. So turn on, tune in, and drop out as you let the music sink into the caverns of your mind.

Student Arrested for Trespassing After Early Valentine’s Day Gift Goes Awry

A 24-year-old graduate student dropped off Valentine's Day chocolates at an apartment in the Meridian 2 early Saturday evening. The box had the word “whore” handwritten on the front and “she’s beautiful” written on the back, according to the State College Police Department.

Better Know A Bartender: Phyrst

There are 24 bars located in downtown State College, each equipped with a team manning the madness behind the bar, but have you ever really taken the time to get to know the bartenders? That’s where we come in with our newest short series, Better Know a Bartender, where we sit down and get to know the brave men and women who serve the insatiable thirst of Penn State students. This week: the Phyrst!

Geoscience Prof. Richard Alley’s Career is Rock Solid

Penn State professor Dr. Richard Alley has a surprisingly accurate Johnny Cash impression. But Alley has just a bit more on his résumé than sounding like Cash.

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