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Meet Chris Siergiej, the newest Pennsylvania State University Marching Blue Band drum major. This past Saturday, Siergiej (pronounced SIR-gee) was chosen above nine other candidates to lead the Blue Band in 2013. Siergiej, who played saxophone in his first three years, is entering his fourth season with the Blue Band.
We caught up with Siergiej the day after his successful audition to find out how he prepared and what he's excited for moving forward, among other things.
Apparently, Penn State freshmen are happy. A recent Department of Education report ranks Penn State's freshmen 22nd out of all U.S. state schools in terms of retention - and ultimately, happiness.
There's seven words every college student hates to hear: "You'll have a group project this semester." Coincidentally, those are the same seven words every professor loves to say.
One of our writers reflects on his time at Penn State, how it shaped him into who he is today, and how we as students are responsible for helping Penn State find its new identity.
On the single most important day in American history, the United States officially ratified the Twenty-first Amendment on December 5, 1933. Three days later, The Skeller opened its doors.
Earlier today, NCAA President Mark Emmert made an addition to the sanctions levied against Penn State this past July.
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