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School cuts hurt students most School cuts hurt students most
488 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell signed the state budget on Wednesday, officially setting the state's spending for the 2010-2011 year. Once again, the budget will not be in Penn State's favor. [Read More]

Silly Bandz fun for college kids, too Silly Bandz fun for college kids, too
488 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
Hello, my name is Lindsay and I'm a 20-year-old proud mother of four. My litter includes a yellow triceratops, an orange brachiosaurus and a green tyrannosaurus rex that I've appropriately named Reptar. No, I'm not the owner of a dinosaur farm, because my fourth silly band is a melon-colored [Read More]

PSU handles case appropriately PSU handles case appropriately
488 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
The much-maligned climate change researcher and Penn State professor was cleared of any wrongdoing last week by a university panel in the "Climategate" scandal. This vindication has been a long time coming. In a few short days last year, Michael Mann went from renowned researcher to enemy No. 1 in [Read More]

Twilight hatred too over the top Twilight hatred too over the top
488 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
So there's this book in which a girl falls in love with a vampire and a werewolf, chaos ensues and awesome action scenes make the story. Oh wait, that's Twilight. [Read More]

Russian spies bring back memories Russian spies bring back memories
488 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
Oh, the Cold War. I know it's not exactly politically correct to love an era when the entire country was bracing itself for imminent nuclear holocaust, but I confess: I'm a little obsessed with it. [Read More]

Assembly deserving of praise Assembly deserving of praise
489 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
The General Assembly should be commended for its effort to get the budget passed on time, spending countless hours adjusting the budget over the final few days. It is the first time the budget was passed on time in eight years. The budget awaits just the governor's signature. [Read More]

Titus takes unique path to stardom Titus takes unique path to stardom
489 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
Those commercials run every March -- the NCAA placing a basketball player in a real-life situation to remind us that, one day, just about all 360,000 of its student-athletes will go pro "in something other than sports." Here's guessing the NCAA didn't have Mark Titus in mind when drawing that ad up. [Read More]

Nebraska fans don't insist McCloskey was out of bounds Nebraska fans don't insist McCloskey was out of bounds
489 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
Nebraska fans don't 'insist' McCloskey was out of bounds [Read More]

BP, Obama both to blame in Gulf BP, Obama both to blame in Gulf
489 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
It's been more than two months since a BP drilling rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico, costing 11 workers their lives and sending at least 40,000 barrels of oil into the ocean. [Read More]

Parties should stop childish attacks Parties should stop childish attacks
489 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
I ramped up my interest in politics during the 2008 campaign, and it's stayed high ever since. One thing I noticed both campaigns engaging in was spinning everything the opposing candidate did as wrong. [Read More]

Newspaper gives students opportunities Newspaper gives students opportunities
489 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
I double dog dare you. You can be the one who spots your roommate's boyfriend on the police log. You can be the one who the mayor knows on a first-name basis. You can be the one who interviews the next Third Eye Blind. And you can even be the one who first notices Joe Paterno's change in eyewear. [Read More]

Big Ten benefits from expansion Big Ten benefits from expansion
489 weeks ago - The Daily Collegian Online
When Nebraska officially joined the Big Ten on June 11, it signaled a change in the way the conference's football structure would function. Adding a team with the Cornhuskers' history, fanbase and location was primarily a financial move meant to increase revenue in the conference. [Read More]

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