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Day: April 16, 2020

Student Life

Penn State Provides Details On Virtual Commencement, Strengthens Commitment To In-Person Ceremony

In an effort to make it more intimate, viewers will be able to visit webpages created for each college and campus and including individual student recognition with shareable digital slides.


Penn State Moves Summer Session Courses Online Due To Coronavirus Concerns

The university also announced it plans to modify summer tuition rates to ease the financial burden on students and their families.

Student Life

Your Guide To Completing The 2020 United States Census

In case you've been living under a rock for the last 230 years, the census is a pretty big deal.


Blake Gillikin A Viable Option As NFL Punter After Consistent Penn State Career

Blake Gillikin served as a special teams weapon for the Nittany Lions for four seasons, and he'll likely get a chance to do the same at the next level.


[Guest Column] The Elections Commission *Would’ve* Allowed Endorsements…If It Had A Sensible Elections Code

The arm of the student government responsible for this odd election cycle, confusing provision, and “ill-conceived censorship” is the arm which wrote an odd, confusing, and ill-conceived Elections Code—the Assembly.


How To Make Your Own Beaver Stadium Chicken Basket

While we await our return to Beaver Stadium, one of our staffers and her mother decided to try to come up with a chicken basket recipe that's as close to the real thing as possible.

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