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Day: December 11, 2015

Women’s Volleyball’s Season Ends In Sweet 16 Heartbreaker

Russ Rose's Nittany Lions could only watch as their three-peat dream was thwarted by Hawaii in straight sets. Dave Shoji's Rainbow Wahine will next face No. 2 seed Minnesota on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. in the Elite Eight.

Olczyk’s Hat Trick Propels Penn State Hockey To 6-3 Win Over Princeton

Led by Tommy Olcyzk's hat trick, the Nittany Lions handled adversity with ease as they defeated the Princeton Tigers 6-3.

DA Seeks to Refile Dropped Ethnic Intimidation Charge

Although a judge threw out the felony ethnic intimidation charge filed against a Penn State student who allegedly targeted another student because of his ethnicity yesterday, District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller says her office plans to refile that charge.

Penn State Helps Students While State Budget Impasse Withholds Aid

At Penn State, students counting on state grant money for student aid won't receive those funds until there's a budget, leaving the university to foot the bill in the mean time.The budget, which is now 163 days late as it originally had a June 30 due date, is still being worked on by state legislators.

OS Cribs: The Best Studio Apartment In State College

Some people think of studio apartments as glorified dorms. However, like every living situation, it all comes down to what you make of the space. Patrick made the most of his with the decision to turn his regular studio apartment into something extraordinary.

Student Painter Maura Clark’s Work Emanates A Spirit Of Support

Though Maura Clark's paintings seem simple, there's complexity to her work. Her current style is based on memories, thoughts, and dreams.

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