Penn State announced the 27 members of the new Blue and White Council -- which includes two students -- earlier today at the Board of Trustees meeting.
Fuel was added to the fire with Stephanie McCaffrey's tweets last night, Tonight, things will be decided on the field as the top seeded Penn State Women's Soccer team will be looking to extend its season and move on to the Round of 16 as the Nittany Lions (18-3-1) host the Boston College Eagles (10-5-3) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament at Jeffrey Field with the match beginning at 7:30 a.m.
Several months ago, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education announced that Penn State was being issued an accreditation warning as a result of the Sandusky scandal fallout. What was seemingly an act of grandstanding, the action riled up the alumni base who believed that Middle States was unnecessarily piling on Penn State. It came as no surprise when student body President Courtney Lennartz announced on Twitter Thursday afternoon that the accreditation warning had been lifted
Closing in on completing its twentieth football season as a member of the Big Ten, Penn State has done many things within that time period, but losing to Indiana is not one of them. The two squads have met fifteen times, and regardless of location, weather, or overall condition of the program, the result was the same each game and very few of the contests were even close. Tomorrow at Beaver Stadium, the Nittany Lions (6-4, 4-2) will attempt to continue this unbeaten streak against the Hoosiers (4-6, 2-4) that dates back to November 6, 1993.
As one digs deeper and travels through the massive building, one begins to realize that Pattee and Paterno Library are more than just stacks of books. There are several items and services that the library has to offer that students may not have realized yet.
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