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Pokey Stix Eating Contest on Saturday

Holy Toledo! Here's another Gumby Adventure! State College’s favorite drunk food is having another eating contest. The amazing smell of Pokey Stix will fill the HUB Saturday afternoon at 2 as GlobeMed at Penn State teams up with Gumby’s Pizza for the second annual Pokey Stix Eating Contest.

FCC Diversity Officer Speaks on Promoting Broadband

Mark Lloyd discussed media regulation and how broadband is changing the media landscape on Tuesday in the HUB Auditorium. The FCC’s chief diversity officer and associate general counsel mostly covered how the FCC plans to move forward in the increasing broadband substantially for the general public.

Relay for Life Continues PSU’s Fight Against Cancer

Hard to believe it’s been 25 days since the THON overall committee announced its record breaking total of $9,563,016.09for the battle against pediatric cancer. However, cancer does not stop after THON weekend and neither should the fight against it.

Single Person’s Survival Guide to Valentine’s Day

Listen up, singles. Valentine’s Day may seem to be a day for couples to exchange flowers, cards, and teddy bears while saying sweet nothings near an open fire, but it’s also for the singles. Check out some ways singles can enjoy V-day without worrying about the burdens and heartache that come with it and get ready to paint State College red for the holiday.

Wine Kiosks Making a Comeback

After failures in the machines prompted a removal in December, wine kiosks will be returning to Pennsylvania stores, including the Wegmans on North Atherton St, according to an article published earlier this week in the Daily Collegian.

Two Band Bash Winners Offered Chance to Play THON

Last night's THON Band Bash had twice the usual number of winners.

5 Cherry Lewis and Dave Joyce and the Slow Pitch Band were both named winners of the six band competition. THON Band Captain Kevin Swanson explained to the Collegian that the decision was simply too hard to make. The bands join 9 other performers scheduled for the 46-hour event (with line dances and the sweet jams of Larry Moore filling providing additional music).

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