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Police Call Animal Organ Left Outside Beta Theta Pi House A ‘Sick Prank’

An unidentified animal organ was left in front of Beta Theta Pi this morning in what's being called a "sick prank" by campus police.

Features

THON Director Thursday: Meet Finance Director Erin Thompson

"On Finance you have the unique opportunity to physically touch and see the impact that this organization is making on a daily basis and know that those dollars will go towards fighting childhood cancer."

Athletics

Men’s Soccer Gearing Up To Face No. 5 Indiana In Big Ten Quarterfinals

Men's Soccer will face a talented Indiana team on Sunday night with the momentum of a three-game winning streak.

Student Life

First Person To Be Cured Of HIV Discusses Journey, Treatment In Alumni Hall Lecture

Timothy Ray Brown, the first person to be fully cured of HIV, spoke in Heritage Hall on Wednesday night about his bouts with HIV and leukemia.

Athletics

Know Your Enemy: No. 17 Penn State Men’s Hockey vs. Mercyhurst

Mercyhurst is 2-2-2 on the season, led by a strong starting goaltender and a solid group of forwards.

Student Life

NRT Presents: ‘Good ‘N Plenty’

As "Bennie and the Jets" lingers in the background and the curtains prepare to set, Professor Miller utters the words, "Define democracy and you've described a crime."

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