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Month: May 2015

Five Classical Concerts In Two Weeks: Music At Penn’s Woods

Penn State’s College of Arts and Architecture will present two weeks of music in June as a part of its Music at Penn’s Woods festival. The festival kicks off on June 10 with a free concert at the Arboretum, and continues until June 27.

photo: steve bauer

Moe’s Southwest Grill Officially Opening Friday

State College’s newest burrito joint is opening this week – bringing with it the tempting promise of free burritos, tacos, and more.

IFC President Releases Statement Following University Suspension Of Kappa Delta Rho

In a statement, IFC President Rick Groves elaborated on the Executive Board's recommendation to the university and fully supported its decision to suspend KDR.

Penn State Suspends KDR For Three Years Despite IFC Decision

After a two month investigation that garnered significant national news interest, Penn State handed down a three year suspension to the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity. Penn State released a statement earlier this evening, which included a letter from Vice President for Student Affairs Damon Sims, announcing the decision.

Men’s Hockey Unveils 2015-16 Schedule

The first puck drop is on Oct. 4 against the University of Windsor.

Women’s Rugby Dominates College 7’s National Championship

The Nittany Lions won six games in two days to win their first-ever 7's title.

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