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Day: March 19, 2015

Penn State Hockey’s Season Ends With 3-1 Loss To Ohio State

Penn State hockey's season came to end on Thursday as it fell to Ohio State 3-1 in the Big Ten Tournament. The Nittany Lions fittingly outshot their opponents, but Buckeye goalie Christian Frey stole the game to move his team on to the semifinals.

Rally To Support KDR Facebook Victims Set For Tomorrow On Old Main Steps

Students will hold a rally on the steps of Old Main at noon Friday to support the victims of Kappa Delta Rho's alleged Facebook pages.

Vandals Write ‘Tear It Down’ On Kappa Delta Rho House

On Wednesday afternoon, a "No Trespassing" sign could be seen sticking out of Kappa Delta Rho's lawn. One day later, it appears that vandals did just that, spray-painting the words "Tear It Down" on a brick wall in front of the house. It's not clear who wrote the message on the fraternity house, but it was quickly covered by a wooden board and some red cloth.

Pat Chambers, Coquese Washington Sign Extensions Through 2018-19 Season

The two-year extensions for Penn State's basketball coaches will keep both in Happy Valley through 2018-19, and show a commitment to the future of Penn State basketball.

Trustees Approve 3.89 Percent Room and Board Increase

The Penn State Board of Trustees committee on finance, business and capital planning tentatively approved an increase to the university’s room and board costs on Thursday. If the full board also approves the proposal on Friday, the average cost of room and board will increase by 3.89 percent.

IFC Statement Supports Possible Benefit Of Re-evaluating The Greek Community

Interfraternity Council President Rick Groves released a statement in response to those made by President Eric Barron last night and "questions surrounding [the IFC's] suggestion that students refrain from the media," he told Onward State. In the statement, Groves clarified that any suggestions to members to refrain from talking to the media were "in the hopes of reducing the dissemination of misinformation- not to stifle what is undeniably an important issue."

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