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Day: April 7, 2014

Meet Scott Axel, Penn State Quidditch’s Starting Beater

Scott Axel, of Penn State's International Quidditch Association team, is one of the best Beaters in the country.

HackPSU Recap: Turning Happy Valley into Hacker Valley

Manas Rajaram recaps HackPSU, Penn State's hackathon, and offers her view on its implications for the future.

Penn State-Designed ‘Apparatus X’ Will Help Restore New Orleans’ Lower 9th Ward

Student-led project Apparatus X, a self-sustaining emergency response vehicle prototype, will attempt to restore the Hurricane Katrina-devastated Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans by empowering its residents to rebuild their community.

Sue Paterno, Tawakkol Karman to Headline Panhellenic Council’s Women’s Empowerment Week

Beginning today, the Panhellenic Council is hosting its annual Women's Empowerment Week. The goal of this week is to raise awareness and provide a call to action for all women to stand up for themselves, especially women around the world who are denied freedom, voice, and opportunity.

Students Working To Eliminate Use Of Plastic Bags

Paper or plastic? How about none at all? A team of Penn State students is working on a campaign to help the university eliminate the use of plastic bags at campus convenience stores.

Franklin Confident In Defensive Front As Spring Rolls Along

"We have some depth, especially on the defensive line." James Franklin said on Saturday following practice. Depth hasn't been a word spoken too often around the Lasch Football Building this spring as the Nittany Lions fill holes in the starting rotation across the board.

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