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0 Penn State Ranked Third In Latest Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings

After a successful fall, and an even stronger winter season, Penn State moved into third place in Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings, an annual ranking of overall success in collegiate athletics. The Nittany Lions have 820 points in the cup, just 3.5 points behind second-place North Carolina, and a distant 206.5 points behind the current, dominant leader, Stanford.

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0 Outdoor Thrift Shop On The Come-Up Outside Palmer Museum

A nomadic, upcycling store will make its way to the courtyard outside the Palmer Art Museum next Wednesday from 2:30-5:30 p.m. The Palmer Pop Up Thrift Shop is organized by students Michael Grasso, Tessa Sontheimer, Sloane King, and Caleb Bernstein as an assignment for Art in the Anthropocene class, taught by Heather Davis.

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0 Alumni Trustees Take Legal Action In Bid To Obtain Freeh Material

When a group of seven alumni-elected trustees threatened legal action if the university didn’t provide source material from the Freeh Report, they weren’t bluffing. Just three days after the university rejected the trustees’ latest attempt to obtain privileged material from the Freeh Report, the group filed a petition in the Centre County court on Monay afternoon in an effort to compel the university to provide the requested documents.

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0 Penn State Ranked In Top 70 In Worldwide Survey

Penn State again earned a top-100 spot in the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings, but dropped from No. 39 overall last year to somewhere in the No. 61-70 grouping — the exact ranking in that tier is not specified. Sandwiched between the National Taiwan University and the Technical University of Munich, the selection is another indicator of Penn State’s steady academic standing.

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