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Day: April 2, 2014

In a Flat World, the Nittany Valley Matters More Than Ever

Those who live in the shadow of Mount Nittany tend to know that physical place still matters, and that McClay and McAllister are right to defend special places as provocatively as they do — as spaces where “public virtues” are cultivated and American character is molded and shaped for the future.

Onward State Endorses Anand Ganjam For UPUA President

Anand Ganjam and running mate Emily McDonald enter the election with the most thorough and comprehensive platform and a history of leadership, student government experience, and tangible change in their past. As such, Onward State has chosen to endorse the Ganjam-McDonald ticket in this year's UPUA election, taking place this coming Wednesday.

Homecoming Introduces New Merchandise

Although Homecoming 2014 is still five months away, Homecoming is already in full swing, selecting this year's emcees and rolling out some new merchandise.

Meet the Penn State Dance Dance Maniacs

It's probably been a while since you've dusted off the old DDR mat and put your arrow stepping skills to the test. Little did I know that right under our very noses a devoted group of Dance Dance Revolution connoisseurs were breaking a sweat and breaking it down every week here at Penn State. They are known as the Dance Dance Maniacs, and I stopped by the Waring Commons Cultural Lounge Thursday night to see what's shaking.

GSA Candidate Addresses Healthcare Issue

My name is Brian Aynardi, a candidate running for GSA Treasurer (Ph.D. College of Ag). As a disclaimer – I am currently a member of the Judiciary, but have removed myself from the elections process in order to run for this position. In the essence of transparency, I felt an obligation to provide the graduate and professional student community with pertinent information regarding an extremely important concern: healthcare.

Blue-White Game Position Preview: Defensive Line

Larry Johnson Sr. and DT DaQuan Jones may not be Nittany Lions anymore, but don't expect that to hinder this year's group of savvy defensive lineman. Check out our analysis of the defensive line corps in this weeks Blue-White Game Position Preview.

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