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Day: October 2, 2015

Penn State Volleyball Loses To No. 4 Nebraska, Falls to 13-1

It was the third consecutive match against a top-25 team for the Nittany Lions, and the tough schedule finally seemed to catch up. For the first time in 14 matches this year, Penn State lost. Despite the home team winning the first two sets, the Cornhuskers stormed back and took it in five sets.

SPA Presents Iron & Wine For SPA LateNight

The Student Programming Association announced that Iron & Wine will perform as part of SPA LateNight on Friday, October 16 in Alumni Hall at 10 p.m. The event, like all others, will be free with a Penn State student I.D.

College Republicans Announce Lineup for Truth Week 2015

The Penn State College Republicans announced the lineup for their fifth annual Truth Week, running from October 19-22.

Penn State Criticized for Honoring Former Second Mile Board Vice Chair

When Penn State welcomes Army this Saturday for Military Appreciation Day, a former prominent board member and donor of The Second Mile who admitted to witnessing Jerry Sandusky shower with children will be honored in a special ceremony prior to kickoff.

Sisters Of Phi Mu Set Up 24-Hour See-Saw At Allen Street Gates

Members of Penn State’s chapter of Phi Mu set up a charitable see-saw this morning in front of the Allen Street Gates to raise money for its beneficiary, the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

Penn State Football Recruiting: 17 Targets for 2017

James Franklin is known as an ace recruiter, and with Penn State's 2016 recruiting class almost filled up, here's 17 prospects you should know about for the 2017 class.

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