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Day: April 6, 2018


Penn State Women’s Lacrosse Beats Virginia 22-13

Katie O'Donnell's career-high eight points led the Nittany Lions past the Cavaliers Friday in Charlottesville. She also became the 14th player in program history to reach 200 career points.

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Saxbys Cafe Bringing Experiential Learning To Smeal

Saxbys hosts similar programs at six other locations, including Drexel, Temple, Millersville, and La Salle. The company will begin recruiting students this month and plans to hire up to 100 students for leadership and barista jobs.

Student Life

Valley Magazine Goes Sustainable, Announces Spring Cover Girl

In addition to breaking down barriers, Valley has made it a goal this semester to increase its sustainability. This semester's issue will be made from 10 percent recycled paper, thanks to the efforts of Editor-in-Chief Caroline Rosini.


RAWR Festival To Spotlight Comedians From New York City, Pittsburgh

This year's festival will also include professional improv group Upright Citizens Brigade, which emerged in Chicago in 1990 and now has four stage locations in New York and Los Angeles.


‘King Of The Valley’ Figure Skating Show Sliding Into Pegula

In addition to performers from the Penn State figure skating team, Nittany Valley Figure Skating Club, and the Pegula Learn to Skate program, this year's show will feature American national and international skater Emmanuel Savary and Brazilian national champion Isadora Williams.


Penn State Football Signee Justin Shorter Can Fly

Justin Shorter is enjoying his last few months of high school and reaping the benefits of competing as a man among boys.

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