Bob Warming, the 2008 men's soccer national coach of the year, has been named the 11th coach in the history of the Penn State men's soccer team. He is leaving Creighton University where he coached for 14 years in two different stints with the school.
Penn State had been on a nationwide search for a new coach ever since former coach Barry Gorman resigned this spring.
Read on to find out more about the new coach and what it means for next year's soccer season.
Yep, it finally happened. On Friday, Penn State acquired the former fraternity house of Tau Delta Phi/Phi Delta Theta for $1.5 million. Regardless of the vandalism that took place days before the acquisition, Penn State agreed to pay the original price that was made back in March. Penn State spokeswoman, Lisa Powers, stated that the Phi Delta Theta Alumni group, who previously owned the property, cleaned up and repaired as much as they could before the property closed.
Read on to find out the University's ideas on how to use the property and suggest your own.
Earlier this week, VisitPA, the tourism bureau of our great state, launched a foray into Foursquare, one of the world's most popular location-based social networks. It's not the first such civic endeavor into reputation building, but it is one of the largest, geographically speaking, to date.
Some Penn State locations are highlighted too. The Tavern Restaurant is listed (the state explains "it's crowded because it's so good"), as is the Creamery (but, Pennsylvania, it's Peachy Paterno not Paterno Peach!).
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