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Day: August 24, 2015

Levels Nightclub Closes After Three Years

Just three years after replacing the Mezzanine at 420 E. College Ave., Levels Nightclub is officially closed.

Penn State’s Libraries Rank In The Top Ten North American Research Libraries

Penn State's libraries were ranked as the No. 8 best university research libraries in North America, and No. 3 of public schools in the U.S.

Food Services and Hospitality Services at Penn State

Penn State Campus Dining and Hospitality Services Offer Great Employment Opportunities for Students

You are finally moved into your place and ready for your Fall semester at Penn State. So, what’s next? One of the first things on your list should be securing a job, and one of the best places to do that is right on campus. No matter your area of study, working for Campus Dining or Hospitality Services at Penn State provides great benefits. Not only do their positions provide students job experience and vital professional skills that future employers find essential, but they also work around your class schedule and Penn State sponsored clubs and activities.

Penn State Alumnus Joe Kovacs Wins Shot Put Gold At IAAF World Championships

Penn State was well represented on the podium this weekend at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing, as Penn State alumnus Joe Kovacs claimed gold in the shot put final by launching a winning toss of 21.93 meters.

Anthony Zettel Named To ESPN’s All-Big Ten Preseason Team

Anthony Zettel found himself on another preseason watch list Monday morning, earning a spot on ESPN's 2015 All-Big Ten preseason team.

Freshman 101: Your Complete Guide To Syllabus Week

If you're a freshman, you're probably moved in and feel sort of settled into State College. You know where all your classes are and you’re probably excited and a bit nervous for your very first Syllabus week, or "Sylly Week." Here are your guidelines for nailing the first week of classes.

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