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Day: March 6, 2015

Wolf Proposal Includes Taxes On Textbooks, Meal Plans, and Fees

At first-glance, Governor Tom Wolf's budget proposal looked as though it was beneficial to Penn State as a whole, but upon closer review, students' wallets may be taking a hit after all.

Penn State Law Student Charged with Selling Marijuana

A Penn State law student was arrested and charged with eight counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver following multiple controlled marijuana buys facilitated by the State College Police Department and is currently banned from entering the Lewis Katz Law Building.

What To Do Over Spring Break: State College Edition

If you choose to stay in State College for the break, or if you live in State College, there will be plenty of things to keep you busy. Whatever you choose, you won't feel bad trading a tropical vacation to stay in the snowy valley of State College.

Wrestling Seeks To Continue Big Ten Tournament Dominance

Despite winning the last four Big Ten Championships, the Lions enter this tournament with lower expectations than in previous years, with many pundits looking towards Iowa and Ohio State as the teams to beat.

Snow Day 2015: Unwarranted Panic Or Necessary Precaution?

While I'm sure that nobody is complaining about the extra day of rest and relaxation, plenty of students expressed confusion about the university's rationale for shutting down. It was an odd course of events, with a delay coming in the morning followed by a last-second cancellation and an apology from the administration for cutting it so close.

What To Do Over Spring Break: Big City Edition

So you're not heading to Puerto Rico, Cancun, or wherever the hell kids with too much money are partying are this year on Spring Break. Instead, you're heading home to take in the scents, sites, and tastes of your beloved hometown. And, you know what? That's perfectly alright.

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