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Day: March 24, 2015

Blue-White Game Countdown / 25 Days: Limiting Hackenberg’s Hats As Crucial Season Approaches

From de facto offensive coordinator to scapegoat, Christian Hackenberg needs to shed hats to succeed. At practice on Saturday, he wore one hat, that of an elite level athlete. And in a perfect world, that's the only hat anyone in his corner wants him wearing.

Pat Chambers Excited For What Lies Ahead

After his team's exciting B1G Tournament run, Pat Chambers is optimistic heading into the offseason.

UPUA Presidential Candidate Spotlight: Ryan Belz

In high school, Ryan Belz attended multiple football games at Beaver Stadium, and watched a certain meteorology program blossom into the renowned department it is today. The experiences found himself applying to only one university: Penn State. Now, he wants to make the most of his Nittany Lions experience by becoming President of the University Park Undergraduate Association, the university's student government.

Bay Buchanan To Highlight Tuesday Panel Discussing ‘The War On Women’

Bay Buchanan, a former United States treasurer under president Ronald Reagan, will be the featured speaker at a panel hosted by Young Americans for Freedom tonight at 7 p.m. in the HUB.

College of Engineering Announced As Part Of National Engineering Education

Penn State’s College of Engineering is among more than 120 U.S. engineering schools leading a transformative movement in engineering education announced at the White House yesterday.

Giorgione To Ask ‘Money or Power?’ At Future Summit Event Tonight

Money and power. Power and money. Often the two exist hand in hand, but tonight, Michael Giorgione, business leader and Rear Admiral in the U.S. Navy (Ret.), will lead a discussion that considers the choice between the two. The presentation and discussion begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Grandfather Clock Lounge in Atherton Hall. The event is free and open to the public.

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