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Day: April 15, 2015

Holocaust Survivor David Tuck To Speak On Campus

Holocaust survivor David Tuck will come to campus on April 20 to speak about his experiences. The talk will take place at 7 p.m. in 112 Kern Building.

Penn State Baseball Uses Early Scoring To Defeat West Virginia, 5-3

Penn State (11-20) has not been a good road team this season, as it is 3-16 away from Medlar Field. After scoring runs early and often, the Nittany Lions beat the West Virginia Mountaineers, 5-3.

With President Barron’s Support, Penn State Innovation Begins To Thrive

A $30 million investment by President Eric Barron is highlighting a university effort to support student entrepreneurship. Six students will be funded to pursue their startup dreams this summer courtesy of the Summers Founders Program.

Nyeem Wartman Adjusting To His Role As Defensive Anchor

The absence of Mike Hull will be the most glaring difference between last year's defensive unit and the current squad. 140 tackles and veteran leadership -- through words and actions -- is not easily replaced; these are special traits that aren't found in every football player. Redshirt junior linebacker Nyeem Wartman knows this, which is why he wants to take what he's learned from Hull over the years, and make the middle linebacker position his own this coming season.

Penn State Neuroscience Student Explains Hodor’s Condition

Hodor. Anyone who watches "Game of Thrones" recognizes that as the name of a popular character on the show, a large oaf of a man that carries a child across Westeros. Fans also recognize that as the sole word Hodor can say on the show. A Penn State neuroscience student explained the neurological condition that afflicts Hodor in an article for The Conversation.

Historical Buildings: A Look At State College’s History Through Architecture

The buildings we pass each day on our walk to campus or to work don't just house our favorite bars and clothing stores; each captures an era rich in history. These unique pieces of architecture tell the stories of State College.

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