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Day: April 14, 2015

Media Scholar Speaks On ESPN’s Meteoric Cultural Rise

Travis Vogan, a media scholar and assistant communications professor at the University of Iowa, presented a lecture titled "ESPN Culture" Monday afternoon in Paterno Library's Foster Auditorium.

Send Us Your Most Unique, Creative Thesis Projects

Did you have a unique or funny thesis project? We want to know what you studied this year.

NROTC Takes First In Military Excellence Competition

Penn State's NROTC unit is undoubtedly one of the best in the nation. This past weekend, it showed just how dominant it can be at the 56th Annual Villanova Military Excellence Competition (MEC), the northeast's largest military competition. Out of 22 competing schools and more than 1,000 midshipmen, Penn State's unit finished first overall.

Behind The Scenes Look At ‘Julius Caesar’ On The Old Main Lawn

Wonder what all the fuss is about on Old Main's lawn? The School of Theatre and School of Music are putting on a massive production of "Julius Caesar" on the steps of Old Main this week. Here's a sneak peek of the show.

Natty Nittany: Spring (And Sundresses) Are Here

After a seemingly never-ending winter, the first few days of warm weather this year had students out in the sun. With that in mind, we hit the town in search of the best spring fashion in the latest edition of Natty Nittany.

Penn State Economics Association To Debate Marijuana Legalization

The Penn State Economics Association will host its annual Great Debate Tuesday with a topic that is sure to generate attention: The legalization of marijuana. The debate will have two teams, each consisting of three students and an economics professor. They'll argue the economic benefits of the legalization of recreational marijuana against the legalization of strictly medical marijuana. Interestingly, neither team will assume the position that marijuana should be completely outlawed.

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