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Crowdsource: We Want To Hear Your Craziest Spring Break Stories

The beloved college spring break comes with memories (and stories) that will last a lifetime. With Spring Break 2024 right around the corner, we want to hear your craziest spring break stories from over the years.

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Megan Kelby

Megan Kelby is a senior at Penn State majoring in journalism. She is from the great state of Delaware and does not tolerate any 302 slander. Megan is a fan of Sudoku, music, and rocket pops. If you feel the need to, you can email her at [email protected].

Three Nittany Lion Wrestling Club Members Secure Spots On U.S. Olympic Team

Penn State has three affiliated wrestlers heading to the 2024 Paris Games along side a fourth wrester who will battle for representation in May.

No. 8 Penn State Men’s Volleyball Defeats No. 15 George Mason 3-1 To Win Back-To-Back EIVA Championships

The Nittany Lions won back-to-back EIVA Championships and clinched a spot in the NCAA Tournament.

Penn State History Lesson: Penn State Wrestling Olympians

How do Nittany Lions stack up in the Olympics against international competition in one of the most high-profile events in sports?

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