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Day: March 19, 2014

UPUA Election Starts With First Presidential Debate

The UPUA Election season hit the ground running last night as the three presidential tickets had their first debate, although its somewhat generous to call Tuesday’s events a debate.

Blue-White Game Position Preview: Quarterback

Our first in a series of position previews leading up to the Blue-White game breaks down the quarterback battle (or really, the battle for second place).

Penn State At A Glance Has All The Stats You Wish You Knew Off The Top Of Your Head

Ever been asked by someone how many kids go to Penn State and you just say, "um, like, 40,000 I think"? Of course you have! No fear, Penn State's Office of Strategic Communications has provided a more specific answer for you.

Dance MaraTHONs on Campuses Across America

While Penn State may hold a dance marathon that’s the largest student-run philanthropy in the world, it doesn’t hold the only dance marathon. There are many universities across America that fundraise in a year-long effort, have executive committees, and dance for hours on hours — just like we do — in support of all sorts of great causes. Here are a few we’ve ranked as the top fundraisers.

PETA President Ingrid Newkirk To Speak At Penn State April 2

PETA President Ingrid Newkirk will speak at Penn State in an open lecture and Q&A called "Animal Rights: Human Obligations" at 7 p.m. on April 2 in 112 Walker Building.

Students Create Kickstarter to Help Fund Spring Festival

Penn State's Students Organizing the Multiple Arts will once again be hosting the annual Arts Crawl this year. The club starting a Kickstarter to help raise funds for the spring festival.

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