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This Friday, October 31, at 3 PM, Penn State Swimming & Diving hosts Villanova. We would like to invite the entire Pennsylvania swimming community to check out the Nittany Lions and kick off a big sports weekend at Penn State.
The first 200 fans in attendance this Friday will receive a pink Penn State Swim Cap. Be sure to get there early!
We hope to see you this Friday at 3 o’clock at the McCoy Natatorium on Penn State’s Campus! The McCoy Natatorium is located at the corner of Curtin and Bigler Road.
If you’re unable to attend this Friday, we hope to see you on November 7 and 8 when the Nittany Lions host Virginia and Michigan. The action starts on November 7 at 6 PM, and continues on November 8 at 11 AM.
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Computer science is foundational for all students today. Yet 90% of schools don't teach it. Last December, 15 million students tried computer science in one week, thanks to educators like you! Since then, over 40 million students have tried the Hour of Code.
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