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Thanks to everyone that came out to broomball last night! We had a record 50 people show up and won the cup back from the IEEE!
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Thanks to all our members, officers, other clubs we worked with, and everyone else that came to our events for our best semester so far! This semester saw the first CodePSU programming competition co-sponsored by the AWC, the revival of the ACM and GDC GameJam, the first ACM vs. IEEE Broomball match, and a whole bunch of other events. We're looking forward to the Fall semester, but until then, have a great summer ACM!
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Looking forward to working with you guys next fall! Sincerely, Penn College ACM
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On Saturday, April 21 from 6.30pm-7.30 we'll be going head to head with our friends at the IEEE for the glory and bragging rights of owning the Broomball Stanley Cup until next year's match. We'll need all the people we can get to help take down the IEEE, in addition to having some fun watching us all fall on the ice.

Be sure to wear white, or blue if you're planning on playing for the IEEE's team!
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Reddit commenter on #JoePaterno:

From a PA prosecutor on how Joe Paterno handled the situation: I’d like to set something straight for those (even Joepa’s supporters) who are writing and saying Joepa made an error in judgment or failed in his leadership by not calling the police or “following up” on what McQueary told him. He did not make an error or fail to follow up. He did what every other teacher and/or school employee does in Pennsylvania every day. When they learn of such an allegation (usually directly from a student victim), they report it to the guidance office and/or principle, who then reports it to Children & Youth Services, who then notifies police. This is without exception and is and has been accepted protocol in PA for years. It is not the responsibility of the teacher to follow up because he/she expects the administration officials to properly report it. Additionally, the police will not share details of the investigation with the teacher, outside of possibly interviewing him/her. Believe me, we (police) don’t want people doing their own investigation or follow-up. How do I know this? I investigate and prosecute these crimes every day and have done so for 17 years. I’m tired of hearing that Joepa made a mistake by not contacting police. Not only did he follow the law in PA, he followed normal protocol which is in place for a reason. If Joe made a mistake and deserved to be fired, then we should be firing hundreds of teachers every year. Joe did NOT make a mistake and those who say he did have no idea what they are talking about. I hope Freeh and his people look into child abuse reporting protocol in PA so Joepa’s actions can be placed in the proper perspective. I’m sorry this is so long, but it needed to be made clear to those unfamiliar with these investigations, which I imagine is most people.
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Hey ACM! We're having our semester-ly broomball match against the IEEE a little early this semester. Friday, Sept. 21 at 10.10 at PSU ice rink. Everyone (including non-members from any major) is more than welcome!
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Thanks to everyone that came out to our broomball game with the IEEE tonight. The IEEE may have beat us 10-1, but it was still hilarious watching everyone fall all over the place.
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On March 17th from 2pm to 7pm in 113 IST, we'll be hosting our first programming competition, CodePSU, in conjunction with the Penn State AWC. Prizes and more info, including team registration, can be found on our website at the link below.
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