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Day: November 11, 2014

University Police Searching For Person Of Interest In Sexual Assault Case

Penn State Police put up posters with the headline "ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY" but did not say why they were looking for the person that was pictured.

Residence Halls To Close At 10 a.m. Next Saturday For Thanksgiving Break

For the upcoming Thanksgiving Break, residence halls close on Saturday, November 22 at 10:00 a.m. and all students living on-campus must vacate their room.

Abby Renko Elected 2015 Panhellenic Council President

Penn State’s Panhellenic Council elected Abby Renko as its 2015 president. Voting representatives from Penn State's 19 Panhellenic chapters as well as the three associate chapters chose Renko, a sister of Delta Zeta, for her new position in last night’s meeting.

Celebrate 100 Days ’til THON 2015 Tomorrow

It’s that day of the year again: the day we start officially counting down in the double-digits for the biggest and best party of the year! This Wednesday, November 12th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in HUB Heritage Hall, THON student-volunteers will all culminate together to celebrate 100 days until THON Weekend.

Author Margaret Atwood to Receive Medal at Penn State

Margaret Atwood, an award-winning author best known for her book, "The Handmaid's Tale," will visit Penn State on Nov. 12-13 to receive this year's Medal for Distinguished Achievement from Penn State's Institute for the Arts and Humanities.

Women’s Soccer Earns No. 2 Seed, Will Face Buffalo

The NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship field was announced today, and the Nittany Lions enter the tournament as a two seed, despite being upset by Northwestern in the Big Ten Tournament.

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