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Day: September 5, 2014

Jay Paterno to Barron: ‘We’ll Likely Never Have the Full Story’ is a Cop Out

In a response to the Penn State leadership's letter today asking for civility, Jay Paterno said his claim that Penn State will never have "the full story" is a cop out and that this letter only adds fuel to the fire.

Hoodie Allen To Perform at the HUB on Sept. 13 for Free

Hoodie Allen, a rapper most popular among the college =aged demographic, will perform for free at 10 p.m. Saturday at the HUB's Alumni Hall as part of the Student Programming Association's late night concert series.

President Barron, Penn State Leadership Send Letter To Penn State Community Asking For Civility

In a letter and video sent in the middle of the night, President Barron and the rest of Penn State's leadership asked the Penn State community to act with civility when discussing differences of opinion in issues related to the university's handling of the Sandusky scandal.

It is widely believed that integrity monitor George Mitchell's second annual report to the NCAA on Penn State's compliance will be released today, which many expect to affect Penn State's sanctions in some way. It certainly seems that this letter is preempting the contents of Mitchell's report, for reasons only speculative.

Meet Penn State’s Footbag Club

You may have seen them around campus, in some sort of circular formation kicking around a hacky sack. Maybe you avoided eye contact, or maybe you fought the temptation to join in. Either way, what you probably didn’t know is that they were members of the Penn State Footbag Club… or that we have a footbag club, or that footbag is a word. Well, it is, and the Footbag Club has been kickin’ it (pun intended) for two years now.

2014 Sorority Recruitment Schedule

As of 5 pm on August 29, sorority recruitment signups have ended. However, if you've already signed up here is the schedule and all the information you need for a successful recruitment.

Pugh Street Opens for Weekend

If you haven't noticed the construction around State College well, you obviously have been living under a rock. Between Pugh Street and Locust Lane, new traffic patterns have been a headache since students returned. Well, it looks like we will be getting at least some relief from it this weekend.

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