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Crossword Solution for Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Crossword Solution for Wednesday, July 23, 2014

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Crossword Solution for Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Crossword Solution for Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Crossword Solution for Tuesday, July 22, 2014

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Crossword Solution for Tuesday, July 22, 2014

People’s Pledge for Pennsylvania

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It’s only July and negative campaign ads have already begun in the Pennsylvania gubernatorial race.

Get excited for the Croke Park Classic

Get excited for the Croke Park Classic

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“From my experiences in Dublin, I was mesmerized by how a sport could connect me to so many new people.”

Paterno and Kenney’s claims should be closely critiqued

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In their lawsuit, the former coaches make strong claims about the university.

Be cautious about using terrorist label

Be cautious about using terrorist label

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“The slogan ‘resistance is not terriorism’ has a certain amount of truth to it.”

Recruitment ranking is a good sign for James Franklin’s first season

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The new head football coach has done an excellent job recruiting this offseason, setting the team up for a bright future.

Penn State freshman’s death puts Happy Valley life in perspective

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It’s a privilege to get the chance to go to Penn State, and we must remember those who don’t get that chance

Give Major League Soccer a chance now

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“By bringing MLS more credibility, the same happens to the perception of American soccer.”

Students should follow unspoken football game rules

Students should follow unspoken football game rules

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“Be mean to students from the visiting team, but don’t be too mean.”

Sandusky interview is reminder that talking about abuse takes time

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Matt Sandusky’s interview with Oprah Winfrey comes two years after the Sandusky trial, but these stories don’t come quickly.

Take pride in Penn State’s global ranking as a top university

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The university was ranked this week as the 46th best school in the world, and we shouldn’t forget what that means.

Discovering my social orientation

Discovering my social orientation

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“The problem for introverts here at Penn State is the culture is extremely extroverted.”

Take a risk and travel abroad

Take a risk and travel abroad

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“The moment I decided to let go and pursue what I desired was the best thing that could’ve ever happened to me.”

Counseling and Psychological Services finally getting funding it deserves

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The under-funded CAPS is headed in the right direction with the $300,000 boost.

Social issues taking over ads

Social issues taking over ads

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“Why not use their popularity now to spark discussions that can shape the future?”

Arts Festival crime increase serves as reminder to be smart and safe

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The increase in arrests and calls received for local police this year is a trend that should not continue to grow.

Lift For Life represents a positive tradition for festival weekend

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The football team’s fundraising event for the Kidney Cancer Association is another great effort by Penn State students.

Cherish friendships, old and new

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You need people by your side for everything in life, good and bad. In my experiences, the bad times are alleviated a bit and the good turn int…

Don’t take time for granted

Don’t take time for granted

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“Take some time and think about all the beautiful things in your life that make you happy.”

Students shouldn’t accept relatively small tuition increase

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Even with an aggregate increase that is second-lowest in the last 47 years, we shouldn’t be completely satisfied.

New background check policy marks a good step for Pennsylvania

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State-owned universities requiring background checks and additional training for work with minors is a positive change.

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