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State College police chief shares opinions with community

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State College Police Department Chief Thomas King sat down with Opinions Editor Mitchell Culler to discuss various topics.

World Leaders, everyday protestors come together over climate change

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As part of a worldwide motion, more than 300,000 people have come out in New York City to protest for action on the subject of climate change.…

When does the NFL cross the line?

When does the NFL cross the line?

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Last Sunday, millions of Americans and football fans around the world tuned in to the myriad of NFL games on  television.

White House campaign prioritizes prevention of campus sexual assault

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Sexual assaults on college campuses are completely out of control.

Take advantage of local cultural attractions

Take advantage of local cultural attractions

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As a Penn State Lion Scout, I pride myself on two things: my backwards-walking skills and my ability to point out the best spots on campus whe…

Murakami's new novel is "Colorless"

Murakami's new novel is "Colorless"

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Haruki Murakami’s “Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage,” though sporadically thought-provoking, fails to reach the highs of h…

Honor Paterno and support Franklin

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The Joe-out scheduled by some fans for Saturday's game is counterproductive to supporting Penn State's future.

Israel, Hamas must find compassion

Israel, Hamas must find compassion

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News had struck earlier in the day. Sitting at lunch up North by the Sea of Galilee, I connected my phone to the Wi-Fi and read. Three rockets…

The future is now

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A speech written by Evan Smith that he intended to address to the Board of Trustees.

The power to quell our cult reputation

The power to quell our cult reputation

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Some will forever hate us for the horrible actions of a few, but when we can help it, we should give them fewer reasons to call us a cult.

Trustees’ restructure vote today is a chance to improve transparency

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The board of trustees needs to focus on encouraging student involvement in its decision making process in the future.

Human tragedy: not something to be exploited for advertising purposes

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School shootings should be off-limits for marketers seeking attention.

PSU fans: take a lesson from Rutgers

PSU fans: take a lesson from Rutgers

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Fans of college sports need to be more tasteful when expressing themselves.

Rally at the right time, in the right way

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As I watched the chaos unfold from a balcony overlooking Beaver Avenue a week ago, one thought was going through my head.

Actions of a few should not affect how we view Rutgers moving forward

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Don’t judge our new rivals at Rutgers based on the actions of a few individuals.

Students have chance to display Penn State values at football games

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If you are fortunate enough to have the chance to sit in the student section, you have the responsibility to represent us well.

‘Penn State Promise’ needs to be reality

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“It is time for the board to show the student body and the state they too care about the financial accessibility of a Penn State education.”

Losing local eateries erodes the uniqueness of State College culture

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Chains have value, but the ineffable ambiance of single-location eateries is threatened by our unwillingness to consume new food.

Assault: a time for action, not silence

Assault: a time for action, not silence

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Mixed emotions stirred this week as sports-related news broke left and right. Penn State students took to the streets celebrating the lifting …

Thirteen years later, we must honor the past, defend our freedom again

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Someday, members of our generation will be the last to have witnessed 9/11. It is our duty to share our experiences.

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