Lions' Digest

Karamo Brown Visits Penn State to Give Words of Advice
The List of Test-Optional Colleges and Universities Keeps Growing
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Super Bowl 53 Review
Athletes Commit to Furthering Their Careers
State College Football Podcast: Signing Day, Transfer Portal, and 2019 Depth Chart Preview
  • State College Celebrates Signing Day February 7, 2019
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8:40am: Be There or Don’t

Jane Patt Biddle, Staff Writer
April 3, 2019

Have you ever arrived at school right at 8:40 am, and been marked late unexcused? Have you ever realized you were going to be late to school, so then you just go later so you could make up an excuse? Have you ever been one minute late because of the traffic outside of the school, or because the crossing guards skipped your turn to cross the street to school? Have you ever been even later to class because...

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“Beautiful, The Carole King Musical” comes to Penn State

Emma Corby, Staff Writer
March 25, 2019

Recently, the Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State hosted the Broadway tour of Beautiful, the Carole King Musical. If you are not a fan of a captivating plot, talented actors, and great music, then Beautiful is not for you. Beautiful describes the life of acclaimed singer-songwriter Carole King and the experiences behind the music we all love. The two hour and twenty-five-minute production...

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Why should we all celebrate Black History Month?

Nikita Kuzin, Staff Writer
February 28, 2019

Black History Month is a month when people all over the United States honor outstanding African Americans, their achievements, and their role in United States history. It is celebrated in the U.S., Canada, United Kingdom, Netherlands, and other countries. People in the U.S. and Canada celebrate it in February, and other countries celebrate in October.   Black History Month is an important topic,...

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Student news from State College Area High School
Student news from State College Area High School