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Day: March 27, 2015

Get The Best Bang For Your Buck With These Student Freebies

College is expensive, there's no easy way around it. For most students on a fixed income, $200 textbooks and an open bar tab three nights a week can run a bank account dry. These expenses often leave students asking for whatever's cheap, or better yet, free.

HESE Students Building A Better Greenhouse To Grow A Better World

There’s only so much you can get done from inside a classroom. Penn State professor Khanjan Mehta knows this, and so do his students in the Humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship (HESE) program. That’s why they’re taking their skills out of the classroom and all the way to the African country of Zambia.

Thespians’ Performance Of ‘Spamalot’ Does Not Disappoint

The Penn State Thespians did not disappoint Thursday evening with their production of "Spamalot."

You Can Study Abroad Without Ever Leaving State College

Are your friends having a blast while studying abroad? Well we had a chance to study abroad in State College.

Twitter Reactions To Casey Bailey’s First NHL Game

Casey Bailey became the first-ever Penn Stater to play in the NHL last night, and although his Maple Leafs fell 4-1 to the Florida Panthers, his debut was still a success. The faithful Nittany Lion fans took to Twitter to express their support of the young winger.

A Look Into The Life Of Penn State Altoona’s Founding Father

J.E. Holtzinger might not be one of the most high-profile names in Penn State history. However, his impact on the university is unlike any other.

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