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Useless school expenditures should stop to freeze tuition Useless school expenditures should stop to freeze tuition
483 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
So I just read that tuition is going up again in "Trustees approve tuition hike" in the July 12 issue. I understand that costs do rise, such as utilities, insurance, etc., and it has to be made up somewhere. Unfortunately, sitting in room 203 in the Information Sciences and Technology building, [Read More]

Loss of Webster's Bookstore saddens State College visitor Loss of Webster's Bookstore saddens State College visitor
483 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
I visited State College for my second time this past weekend to partake in the Arts Fest activities. On my first day there I had the pleasure of stumbling upon Webster's Bookstore Café. After a quick look around, I decided to come back the next day to do a bit of shopping. When I returned, I [Read More]

Arts Fest boosts town morale Arts Fest boosts town morale
483 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
Though it has seemed near dead for weeks, the borough of State College came back to life this weekend in a big way for the 44th annual Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts. [Read More]

Webster's closure deals tragic blow to State College Webster's closure deals tragic blow to State College
483 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
Sometimes you walk into a place and you just know: You belong there. The apartment I lived in last semester in France is one of those places. The Daily Collegian's newsroom is another. And Webster's Bookstore Café, the soon-to-be late, great used bookstore, is one of them, too. [Read More]

Videos smoother on iPhones thanks to Apple's HTML5 use Videos smoother on iPhones thanks to Apple's HTML5 use
483 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
I think it would have been fair to point out to those of your readers in the July 8 column "Apple, Jobs creating illegal monopoly with HTML5" who aren't familiar with the subject that HTML5 is a completely open web standard. The same HTML5 that technicians are writing for iPhones will render just [Read More]

Town losing last true bookstore Town losing last true bookstore
484 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
This week, State College said goodbye to a part of itself. Webster's Bookstore and Café is closing after 13 years of business. But to call Webster's simply a "business" would be a stark understatement. [Read More]

Vuvuzelas are humming in Africa and Penn State Vuvuzelas are humming in Africa and Penn State
484 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
Conveniently, though, ESPN had a built-in alarm clock for three weeks to alert soccer fans it was time to wake up and wrap themselves in their country's flag. It's called the vuvuzela, nothing more than a long piece of metal or plastic that projects a loud buzzing noise when you blow into it. [Read More]

Vuvuzelas need to stay in South Africa, not U.S. Vuvuzelas need to stay in South Africa, not U.S.
484 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
I have been looking forward to Sunday afternoon's 2010 FIFA World Cup Final for several weeks now -- and it is not in anticipation of seeing who will be crowned champion. [Read More]

James critics being unjust James critics being unjust
484 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
By the time you read this, LeBron James will have won over a new city and become Public Enemy No. 1 in five others. That much I think I know. [Read More]

Festival not just drinking holiday Festival not just drinking holiday
484 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
It's early July, which means Penn State students who are back in their hometowns or living elsewhere for internships will once again be coming back to State College in hordes. For one weekend in summer, Penn State's downtown area will look like a football weekend, and every student and State College [Read More]

Apple, Jobs creating illegal monopoly with HTML5 Apple, Jobs creating illegal monopoly with HTML5
484 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
I've never loved Apple as a company, but I've never had any huge beef with it. I actually admired it during its renaissance in the early 2000s with the release of all sorts of sexy hardware. But lately, co-founder Steve Jobs' controlling and paranoid tendencies have concerned me. [Read More]

Webster's Bookstore Café more than just a bookstore Webster's Bookstore Café more than just a bookstore
484 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
As a Delta Program alum, I cannot stress my complete and utter disappointment at the closing of Webster's Bookstore and Café. [Read More]

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