The Center for Safe Sport was recently created to tackle the issue of protecting America’s athletes. Penn State will be represented on the inaugural board by chief ethics and compliance officer Regis Becker.
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Former Penn State president Graham Spanier officially filed his lawsuit against Louis Freeh for defamation and tortious interference on Wednesday, which came in conjunction with another complaint filed against Penn State for breach of contract.
A Penn State professor is heading a study that aims to help communication for children with Down Syndrome.
The farm show gives out scholarships each year at the event, and Nittany Lions took home 18 of the 28 scholarships awarded, according to Penn State News.
Eight months after declaring bankruptcy, Gregory and Lynda Mussi have sold the 79-year-old Autoport.
A year and a half after filing a lawsuit against his former employer, fencing coach Emmanuil Kaidanov has reached a settlement with Penn State. The university announced on Friday night that the suit has been resolved, but provided no detail on what the settlement entailed.
The Penn State Board of Trustees will meet on Thursday and Friday, and the major agenda item involves access to campus recreational facilities.
Jeff Haas, the owner the property where Kildare’s is located, confirmed that he sold the property to CA Student Living for $7.5 million.
After a busy few days that saw the attorney general dragged into a Harrisburg courtroom, Jerry Sandusky’s grand jury-related discovery request has been shot down.
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Kayla passed away this week, but her memories and her stories live on. If you ask her boyfriend, she was “the most genuinely happy and friendly person I’ve ever met. It was so easy to love her, even for those who only knew of her from following her story the past two years.”
Another pair of former Penn State football assistant coaches is suing the university. Unlike Jay Paterno and William Kenney, this duo isn’t alleging that its reputation and job prospects were damaged, but that the university owes them unpaid wages.
The Olympics are nearing, and Aksamit wants a spot on the United States national team when it travels to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics. The journey to Rio involves a packed itinerary of training and competing to qualify for the team, and that path is unfortunately an expensive one.
Adam Zydney, 26, was arrested and charged with possession of child pornography after police found a cache of 591 files on his computer. Zydney is the son of State College school district board member Laurel Zydney and has previously worked with children in a number of roles.
The 17th Annual State College Brew Expo will take over the mountainside on Saturday, with 44 breweries on tap for the beer festival. Those range from the locals like Otto’s, to the Pennsylvanian like Troegs, to the big breweries like Samuel Adams and Magic Hat.
Dr. Thomas Pritchard was a faculty member for more than 30 years as part of the neural and behavioral sciences department in the College of Medicine. He was lost at sea while diving the Andrea Doria’s wreck on July 21.
President Barron’s operating budget and tuition schedule proposal for the 2015-16 academic year, which the board will vote on later in Friday’s meeting, includes no increase in tuition for in-state undergraduate students.
The Penn State Board of Trustees will have some serious numbers to mull over on Friday. The board’s finance committee passed an operating budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year and the tuition schedule on Thursday morning.
“There has never in the history of the universe been a culture change that didn’t require a lot of people to do something,” Dorothy Edwards says. “We need to get lots of people at Penn State to each say I will do my moment, and when we get there, our numbers are going to shift.”
In the 2015 rankings from Niche, State College topped the state list for “best towns” and came in at 14th in the nation.
For Penn State student leaders, the safety of their constituents is of the utmost importance. That’s why a group of representatives from student government and Greek life stopped by Monday’s borough council meeting.