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Day: October 29, 2015

Men’s Hockey Ties No. 16 St. Lawrence 2-2 In Relentless Overtime Thriller

In its first true test of the season on Thursday night, men's hockey faced defensive powerhouse No.16 St. Lawrence. The teams battled in a frustrating, thrilling, powerplay-ridden game that ended in a tie.

Ex-Kappa Delta Rho President Charged With Criminal Trespassing At Former KDR House

Joshua Tonn, the former president of Kappa Delta Rho, was charged with criminal trespassing this week after he was identified as the individual who broke in to Kappa Sigma (KDR's former house) on September 16.

Judge Grants Request At Sandusky Conviction Appeal Hearing

Judge Cleland granted a request for information at Jerry Sandusky's conviction appeal hearing this afternoon. Attorney General Kathleen Kane's office has until November 5 to to provide the court with that information.

THON Director Thursday: JT Malorgio, Dancer Relations

100 days until THON is right around the corner. To celebrate, we decided to sit down with the THON 2016 Executive Committee. First up is Dancer Relations Director, JT Malorgio.

State Of State Hosts Forum On Penn State Greek Life

State of State hosted an open forum for students and community members alike to discuss the positives and negatives of Greek life Wednesday night.

Men’s Hockey Faces No. 16 St. Lawrence In Biggest Challenge So Far

It's the story of the nation's best offense facing off against an elite goaltender and defense.

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