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Day: April 21, 2016

Saying Goodbye: An Ode To East Halls

There's truly nowhere as loud, disgusting, and oddly wonderful as East Halls.

Post-Spring Practice: Trace McSorley And Noah Beh Lead Positional Battles

Spring practice has come and gone, so let's take a look at who has the edge at quarterback, offensive guard, offensive tackle, and defensive tackle going into the summer.

Hillel To Offer Students Numerous Options To Celebrate Passover

For Jewish students, tomorrow marks the beginning of Passover, a holiday that celebrates the Jewish people's escape from slavery in Egypt, and involves eight days of bread-less meals. As part of the celebration, Penn State Hillel will offer numerous opportunities for students to attend services with different themes.

Penn State Baseball Club Slugs Its Way To Success

Formed in 1996, the Penn State Baseball Club was created to give students an opportunity for Penn State students to play organized baseball without being at the varsity level.

Blue And White Film Festival Rolls Out Its Red Carpet

Penn State students films will be showcased and compete for recognition in the Blue and White Film Festival at 7 p.m. on April 24 at the State Theater.

Where Students Should Actually Go On Penn State Tours

Even though academic life is important, we wondered what would it be like if tours included the most realistic places where students spend most of their time at Penn State.

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