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Board of Trustees Meeting in Nittany Lion Inn

The Penn State Board of Trustees will meet this morning in the ballroom at the Nittany Lion Inn, a space four times bigger than what is normally used.

Penn State University Relations staff is guarding the door, limiting the number of journalists and cameras allowed into what will surely be the most anticipated Board of Trustees meeting in many, many years.

Student leaders and administrators have turned out for the meeting, as well. In addition to Student Trustee Pete Khoury (@petekhoury), who wil be sitting in his first public meeting as a trustee today, outgoing Student Trustee Rodney Hughes (@rodneyhughes) is also in attendance. We will update this post with more information as it becomes available.

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Penn State Board of Trustees Meeting November Agenda

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