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Day: April 19, 2012

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College of Agriculture to host Black Alumni Brunch

Calvin H. Waller was Penn State's first African American graduate. The College of Agriculture will salute him this Sunday at the Black Alumni Reunion Closing Brunch.

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Penn State, O’Brien Have Begun Healing Process with Recruiting

So far, Penn State head football coach Bill O’Brien has met, if not exceeded, expectations.

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Penn State Finalizes Paterno’s Contract, Worth More Than $5.5 Million

Penn State released final details of its contract with former Hall of Fame football coach Joe Paterno on Thursday.

The 2012 Blue-White Game: Not Your Grandfather’s Scoring System

Saturday's Blue-White game will have an additional intriguing storyline as a new scoring system has been implemented with the offense and defense having the potential to earn points in various ways during every play.

New State College Initiative to Benefit THON

According to an email sent by the Borough of State College Parking Department, a new initiative to raise money for THON will begin today. The borough has installed four of six parking "meters" painted by local THON children at various places in the State College area.

UPUA Passes Budget, Nears Exec Finalization

Last night's UPUA meeting was short and sweet. They confirmed three new executive board members, were able to successfully vote in their budget for the coming academic year without very much debate, and also passed some questionable legislation. Read the full recap after the jump.

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