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Day: September 3, 2015

Wrestling Schedule Headlined By Two Bryce Jordan Center Duals

Two dual meets at the Bryce Jordan Center highlight Penn State wrestling's regular season schedule, announced today by the program. The Lions will welcome Wisconsin to the near 16,000-seat arena on Dec. 13, and then Ohio State on Feb. 5.

Hockey Student Tickets Sell Out In Five Minutes

Though last year's record of three minutes wasn't broken, The Roar Zone will once again be filled for at least 16 home games this year.

Congressman Thompson And Student Trustee Luke Metaxas Highlight UPUA Meeting

No major legislation, but major visitors made last night's UPUA meeting a little bit less mundane than most.

Wartman-White Among Nittany Lions Heading Home To Philly This Weekend

Penn State football features nine players from Maryland, 18 from New Jersey, and about 50 from central or eastern Pennsylvania. Obviously not all are Eagles fans or have connections to Philly, but a large portion of the team will play in friendly territory this weekend at Lincoln Financial Field.

6 On Campus Resources That You Should Definitely Know About

There are a handful of places around campus that can be very useful to your everyday technology problems, study spot searches, or career needs. They are worth using and taking advantage of.

After Arriving On Campus Underweight, Paris Palmer Is Ready To Elevate His Game

With two days left before the Nittany Lions set course to Philadelphia to take on Temple, Paris Palmer is a changed man. After undergoing a physical transformation during the offseason, Palmer looks and plays the part of a Big Ten caliber tackle. At 6-foot-7, it's easy for weight to be dispersed across his lanky frame, which is why his 283 pound frame could've been easily mistaken for that of a 240-pound athlete. But 19 pounds later, Palmer will have no problem taking on much stronger, more skilled defensive ends than those he faced at the junior college level.

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