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An Eye on the Penn State Administration

A Second Interview With USG President Nick Stathes

Editor’s Note: This blog post originally appeared on the website of “Safeguarding Traditions Of Penn State,” which was the precursor to Safeguard Old State. It appears here for posterity.


I recently had the opportunity to talk with Undergraduate Student Government (USG) President Nick Stathes for a second time. In this roughly eight minute interview we discuss where Penn State’s student government has come since we first talked in September and what motivates Penn State administrators to disparage students rights.

As we head into Thanksgiving break and the following “lame duck” season to follow in the time between Thanksgiving and Christmas breaks, this interview provides an important glimpse into what USG continues to do for students that UPUA just cannot.

For anyone interested in what student government is or why it’s important, stay tuned to Safeguarding Traditions of Penn State (STOP) for some of the best interviews around. Happy Thanksgiving!


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stathes is hot, but he sometimes sounds gay. is he gay?

Nick isn’t gay, but from what the girls tell me, he’s a whole lot of man.

Nick isn’t gay, but from what the girls tell me, he’s a whole lot of man.

Is “the girls” some hip new euphemism for your tonsels?

That was a pretty low blow, particularly given the misspelling of “tonsils.” But I’ll say it one more time for emphasis:

I did not have tonsil-driven relations with that man, Mr. Stathes.

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