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PSU community reacts to controversial dismissal of ‘JoePa’

PSU community reacts to controversial dismissal of ‘JoePa’

TEMP ORARY November 17, 2011 0

A sex scandal, a break-down in communication and a beloved football coach fired from a renowned college. These are exactly the events that have unfolded over the last week that put Penn State at

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Bed bugs reported in residence hall

Bed bugs reported in residence hall

TEMP ORARY November 17, 2011 0

As a young child, one would be told “Good night, sleep tight, and don’t let the bed bugs bite.” After turning out the lights, there would be a legitimate fear of whether or not

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$2.5 million Lake Placida upgrades commence this year

$2.5 million Lake Placida upgrades commence this year

TEMP ORARY November 12, 2011 0

Students returning to Elizabethtown College next fall may not recognize part of the campus’ new appearance. In the summer of 2012, the College grounds will undergo some serious changes, highlighted by the construction at

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Lancaster County poverty rate ranks tenth lowest in nation

Lancaster County poverty rate ranks tenth lowest in nation

TEMP ORARY November 12, 2011 0

Lancaster County has the 10th lowest poverty rate in the nation. According to Paula Wolf on lancasteronline.com in her article, “County’s Poverty Rate is 10th Lowest,” she wrote, “Of the United States’ 102 metropolitan

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Democrats sweep Lancaster City Council election, as predicted

Democrats sweep Lancaster City Council election, as predicted

TEMP ORARY November 12, 2011 0

The race was close Tuesday, Nov. 8 as Republican candidate Charlie Smithgall battled for one of the three seats on the Lancaster City Council. Seven candidates competed, including the three Democrats already on Council:

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EPA fines Lebanon, Pa. for safety hazards

EPA fines Lebanon, Pa. for safety hazards

TEMP ORARY November 12, 2011 0

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently fined the city of Lebanon, Pa. $81,000 on the account of failure to keep storm drains clear, therefore creating both environmental and health hazards for the city and

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$14.2 million for train station upgrades results in safety concerns

$14.2 million for train station upgrades results in safety concerns

TEMP ORARY November 12, 2011 0

Plans to restore the Lancaster Train Station’s former aesthetic glory have been in the works since 1998, but the struggle for funding prevented work from beginning until 2009. Since the announcement of the renovations,

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Senior Nights brought back to Elizabethtown

Senior Nights brought back to Elizabethtown

TEMP ORARY November 12, 2011 0

Senior Nights are back at Elizabethtown College, but what does this mean for current senior students? The first difference for this year is the absence of bar trips. The program was cancelled once before

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Solar panels could save campus nearly $1 million per year

Solar panels could save campus nearly $1 million per year

TEMP ORARY November 4, 2011 0

Just how green is Elizabethtown College? According to a proposal made recently by Facilities Management to the Board of Trustees, not green enough. Solar photovoltaic energy – better known as the energy we get

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Greece deepens European common market instability

Greece deepens European common market instability

TEMP ORARY November 4, 2011 0

The yarn ball of Europe is quickly unraveling, trying to mend the growing tear in the Greek economy. Germany is leading the way, perpetually shoving stimulus money into Greece in order to preserve Europe’s

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