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Month: February 2015

A 9-Year-Old Tradition, State Patty’s Day Will See Big Changes

This State Patty's Day is slated to be different than the rest, though police will be treating it as they have in years past.

Dancers Share Their Best Moments Of THON 2015

We asked THON dancers for their favorite memories from last weekend. Their answers didn't disappoint.

The 10 Kids You See On Snapchat’s Campus Story

Snapchat's Campus Story has become so dry and tasteless to the point in which we know what to expect. The redundancy is agonizing. In a drastic attempt to try to shake things up, point out the all-too-obvious, and make it a little more interesting, here are the 10 people we constantly see on Snapchat.

Kaylahni Laboy Gets Cancer-Free Diagnosis Two Days After THON

Just two days after dancers sat at THON 2015 Sunday evening, Four Diamonds child Kaylahni Laboy celebrated a milestone of her own: She was officially cancer-free. An MRI on Monday was shortly followed by the most exciting news of Kaylahni's life on Tuesday.

Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany To Be Keynote Speaker At Penn State’s ‘Athlete Well-Being Summit’

Penn State athletics announced on Thursday that it will co-sponsor the Athlete Well-Being Summit, set to take place on April 23-25 at the Penn Stater Conference Hotel. Delany's appearance is certain to raise eyebrows, considering the tense relationship in recent years between the Big Ten and Penn State.

Calder Commons Bans Parties For State Patty’s Day Weekend

Calder Commons is the second apartment complex to ban parties this weekend in two days, following the Meridian's decision to do so yesterday.

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