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Day: March 30, 2017

Small Towns Rising Aims To Promote Activism, Justice Throughout State College

Project creator and State College resident Amy Cohen hopes the initiative will help new activists effectively organize movements on current issues they deem important.

Countdown To Blue-White: Trace McSorley’s Similarities To Aaron Rodgers

Trace McSorley's first season has him on track with a few comparable NFL quarterbacks, namely Aaron Rodgers.

NRT Presents: ‘Leading Ladies’

No Refund Theatre will present the comedy "Leading Ladies" Thursday through Saturday in 111 Forum.

Penn State Class Facebook Group Posts: Madlibs Style

We've made some of the most common Facebook Class of *Whatever* posts into a Madlib style to save you the effort of every having to write, or read, one again.

Borough Council Considers Increasing Daily Points System Limits

State College residents proposed allowing the Borough to allocate more borough points in a single day, even though it could make life harder for students.

Penn State Softball Drops Fifth Straight In 7-1 Loss To Pitt

The Panthers managed to get out of a number of jams, conceding just one run despite seven hits from the Nittany Lions.

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