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Day: April 16, 2015

President Barron Introduces Inaugural Six Summer Founders Program Teams

The Summers Founders Program provides six teams of entrepreneurs, all with at least one Penn State student, a $10,000 grant to pursue original startups for a 10-week period over the summer. It's a groundbreaking new initiative spearheaded by President Eric Barron, senior Eli Kariv, Penn State alum and successful entrepreneur Matt Brezina, and the director of development and alumni relations at the Schreyer Honors College Sean Miller, in an effort to create an innovative and entrepreneurial culture on campus.

IFC Suspends Daylongs For The Rest Of The Semester

Following a meeting with the Highlands Civic Association and State College Police, the Interfraternity Council has suspended daylongs for the rest of the semester.

Former Reps. Ron Paul and Barney Frank to Debate on Campus

After a one-year hiatus, the "Great Debate" will return to Penn State. Former United States representatives Ron Paul and Barney Frank will go at it on Monday, April 27 at 8 p.m. in Schwab Auditorium, thanks to the Penn State College Democrats and College Republicans.

Maryland Wrestler Charged In Beaver Hill Assault

State College Police charged the suspect who was caught on video after assaulting, threatening, and attempting to remove a female from her apartment.

How Penn Staters Can Encounter Their Heritage

We possess an incredibly rich history, thick with the vision and strength of countless men and women who've helped build Penn State into what it has become. But aside from Joe and Sue Paterno (and maybe George Atherton) I doubt most could name the most significant figures in our creation or development. Let alone the personalities of our best cultural values or local folklore.

The Best Signs And Decorations In State College Bars

We gathered some of our favorite signs and decorations from State College bars.

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