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Day: February 8, 2017


Interfraternity Council Indefinitely Suspends All Fraternity Socials

Penn State's Interfraternity Council, in conjunction with the university, placed an indefinite suspension on fraternity socials in light of student Timothy Piazza's death at Beta Theta Pi.

Tutor Doctor Offers Tips to Boost Test Scores

Local tutoring service shares seven ways for students to reduce anxiety and improve test taking abilities.

Predicting The THON 2017 Line Dance

With THON only nine days away, we took a crack at predicting what will be in this year's line dance.

Penn State Basketball Shows Glimpses Of Bright Future In Win Over No. 21 Maryland

"So we just have to keep getting better, and good things are going to happen to us," coach Pat Chambers said after his team's upset of the ranked Terrapins. "Success is going to come."

Penn State Wrestling’s Only Weakness May Be Its Achilles Heel

At the start of the season, an unproven Jered Cortez was a strong dark horse candidate to place highly in the NCAAs and bolster the Nittany Lions' team total. Now, Penn State will more than likely be a man down to Oklahoma State at 133, which could prevent one of the most talented Nittany Lion teams in this current dynasty from winning a sixth national title in seven years.

What To Expect From The Paterno Fellows Program

If you're a Liberal Arts student at Penn State, you should at least consider the Paterno Fellows Program. Here's what to expect:

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