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Day: October 16, 2012

Tim Gunn to Give Penn State a “Guide to Style”

"Make it work!" will be just one of Tim Gunn's catchy phrases echoing through Eisenhower Auditorium when he comes to speak at Penn State, as part of SPA's Distinguished Speaker Series.

Audition To Play In SPA’s Student Showcase Noontime Concert

Student musicians have a chance to perform in the HUB. Auditions for the Student Programming Association's Student Showcase open on October 24th. Read on for more info.

PA Attorney General Candidate Kathleen Kane Discusses Review of Sandusky Case

On November 6, 2012, voters across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will cast their votes for the office of Attorney General. Democrat Kathleen Kane is one of the candidates up for election. Besides leading an investigation into the handling of the Jerry Sandusky case; find out more about Kane's platform in Onward State's elusive one-on-one interview.

Sandusky Scandal Causes S&P to Downgrade Penn State’s Credit Outlook

Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s revised Penn State University’s credit outlook to negative yesterday, citing financial liabilities resulting from the Sandusky scandal as the primary reason for long-run credit concern.

Chambers Adds Minnesota Point Guard to 2013 Class

Yesterday morning, Minnesota point guard Graham Woodward took to Twitter to announce that he had verbally committed to the Nittany Lions, becoming the fourth verbal commitment of the 2013 recruiting class. According to Rivals, the 6-foot, 165 pound Woodward is a 3-star recruit who just missed being listed among the top 150 players in the 2013 class. He also held offers from Washington State, Gonzaga, Xavier, and Miami (OH), among others.

Tim Curley Will Get Paid by Penn State Until June

As first reported by the Patriot News yesterday, former Penn State athletic director Tim Curley's contract will not be renewed when it expires in June. Curley is currently on paid leave from the University as he prepares for a January trial stemming from perjury and failure to report charges as a result of grand jury testimony he gave regarding the 2001 Sandusky incident reported by Mike McQueary.

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