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Penn State is back to dual matches this weekend when they travel to Durham, North Carolina to compete at Duke University. [Read More]
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The Center for Immigrants' Rights Clinic at Penn State Law will hold a workshop to assist individuals with the renewal process for DACA at 3:30... [Read More]
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Two Penn State graduate students in the College of Information Sciences and Technology created the FindViser website, the winning entry at HackPSU 2017. [Read More]
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MasquerAIDS, an annual cabaret hosted by the Penn State Thespians, was held on Sunday Raises funds for the Centre County AIDS Resource Alliance. [Read More]
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Club Cross Country is hosting a 46-hour treadmill marathon in support of THON. [Read More]
She grew up surrounded by books. And now, Hailley Fargo spends each day in a library, working to help others love literature as much as... [Read More]
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Resolutions are more achievable than students think when paired with the right resources and motivation. [Read More]
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Barkley is in Atlanta for the College Football Awards show on Thursday night. [Read More]
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The conference was left without a representative as one-loss Alabama got in over two-loss Ohio State. [Read More]
For this board of editors, the Starbucks holiday cup is just that: a goddamn cup. [Read More]
Nationally rivalry week is great, but it's subpar for the Nittany Lions. [Read More]
The Nittany Lions are heavy favorites in their final home game of the year. [Read More]
Baker Mayfield is the clear winner and Saquon Barkley is battling for second. [Read More]
Johnson, Hamilton and Gesicki combined to catch 12 of McSorley's 16 completions for 163 yards. Hamilton and Gesicki each caught a touchdown pass. [Read More]
As the sports scene changes from fall to winter sports, Nittany Lion success remains steady. [Read More]
Chance Sorrell proposed to his girlfriend Kayla Lonergan (senior-marketing) after the Penn State homecoming game against Rutgers at Beaver Stadium on Saturday Nov. 11, 2017. [Read More]
The Nittany Lions pulled away after a slow start. [Read More]
Sharpened pencils ready, students of Horticulture 201, "Applied Arboriculture," gathered outside of the Agricultural Science Industries Building for their final exam. [Read More]
So many key Nittany Lions will be leaving the program as they walk out of their locker following the bowl game. [Read More]
Jillian "Bean" Savage (junior-political science), the daughter of instructor Jim Savage of Hort 201, navigates through a tree as a part of the final exam... [Read More]
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