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Month: February 2014

Sue Paterno Hospitalized, Reported to be in ‘Good Spirits’

Sue Paterno, a well-known community advocate and Penn State's finest matriarch, was hospitalized Thursday morning. Dan McGinn, a spokesperson for the Paterno family, says Sue Paterno fell and was hospitalized for observation. The family says she fell while on Penn State's campus.

State Patty’s Day 2014 Prop Bets

State Patty’s Day is this weekend. The rowdy, ridiculous, “rootinest, tootinest, shootinest” binge-drinking extravaganza descends annually upon downtown State College every March, leading to unparalleled levels of debauchery.

Watergate Reporter Bob Woodward Visits Penn State

Celebrated Watergate reporter and current associate editor of the Washington Post Bob Woodward paid a visit to Penn State as part of the Student Programming Association's Distinguished Speaker Series.

Suspended Or Not, Delta Kappa Epsilon’s Dancers Stand For All 46

A pair of Delta Kappa Epsilon brothers have proved that dancing in THON does not require being on the floor.

Dickey’s BBQ Is The Result Of One Couple’s 20-Year Journey

For two Pennsylvania natives, bringing authentic Texas-style barbecue to State College has been a journey more than twenty years in the making.

Penn State Upsets No. 22 Ohio State, Again, 65-63

Men's hoops upset No. 22 Ohio State tonight, 65-63, sweeping the season series against the Buckeyes in dramatic fashion.

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