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Author: Greg Zuber

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Greg Zuber

Greg is a junior Industrial Engineering major from northern New Jersey (not near the Scarlet and White institution we have recently made such a friendly acquaintance with). He is a passionate fan of the New York Rangers as well as a Penn State Men's Hockey season ticket holder. Free time usually taken up by the Penn State Marching Blue Band trumpet section, IM sports, and engineering homework. Follow on twitter (@Uber_Zuber) for unfunny anecdotes and retweets from sports accounts. Contact otherwise at [email protected]

Doan’s Bones Barbecue To Replace Boots

Barbecue and catering establishment Doan's Bones will host a grand opening the week after Spring Break in the former location of Boots Convenience Store.

Hack-A-THON Scheduled For March In Hacker Valley

HackPSU will host its annual 24-hour Hack-a-Thon in March in an effort to bring creative minds and innovative talent together.

10 Questions With An Unofficial Dancer-In-The-Stands

Every year, 708 dancers from all walks of Penn State life take the floor of the BJC with their Dancer Relations Committee Member to dance for 46 hours straight. However, most people — especially those in larger orgs — may not get that chance. Dancing in the stands is a passion shared by all THON-goers, […]

We Rounded Up The Best Hairstyles Around The BJC

Ask any dancer and they'll talk you through their weeks of cardio, diet, and endurance preparations for the big weekend. Some THON participants, prepare their bodies in a slightly different way. This THON preparation only takes a half hour and some clippers or trimmers.

2015 THON Line Dance References, Explained

After piling on reference after reference, line dance lyrics sometimes go over our heads. So to save you from some time-consuming Google searches, here are some of the lyrics of this year’s line dance, translated into layman's terms.

Penn State Granting $10,000 To Student Entrepreneurs For Summer Projects

Innoblue's Summer Founders Program will reward $10,000 grants to student entrepreneurs starting new projects this summer.

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