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Day: March 17, 2016

Development Vice President Rod Kirsch to Retire

Senior Vice President of Development and Alumni Relations Rod Kirsch announced his retirement today, effective August 31. Kirsch has been responsible for Penn State's fundraising efforts since 1996.

Penn State Hockey Moves On To B1G Semifinals With Big Win Over Wisconsin

Penn State has a job to do -- win three games in three days and make it to the NCAA Tournament. With a 5-2 win over Wisconsin, the biggest game in program history is coming tomorrow at 5 against Michigan.

Christian Hackenberg Impresses During Pro Day Throwing Session

Christian Hackenberg took advantage of his opportunity in front of NFL personnel by turning in a solid performance during his throwing session at Penn State's Pro Day.

Ford/Jordan Earn Panhel Endorsement, Agnihotri/Fleming Earn NPHC/MGC Nod

The UPUA presidential ticket of Terry Ford and Katie Jordan earned the Panhellenic Council endorsement, while their opponents, Divy Agnihotri and Megan Fleming, earned the National Pan-Hellenic Council and the Multicultural Greek Council's endorsements.

Students For Trump Responds To College Democrats’ Comments

“There have been instances of hate crimes around the Penn State community since I've been here, and it would not surprise me if those past or future perpetrators gravitate to this club,” said Luis Rolfo of the College Democrats. Students for Trump's organizer, Ryan Belz, responded.

Sara Butcher Named First-Ever Female Nittanyville President

Nittanyville campers selected Sara Butcher, a junior public relations major, as their 2016-17 president on Wednesday evening. Butcher is the first-ever female president since the organization's inception in 2005.

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