Day: December 12, 2012

Gary Schultz Intends to Sue Cynthia Baldwin

As first reported by The Centre Daily Times, Gary Schultz filed a Writ of Summons, indicating his intent to sue former Penn State legal counsel Cynthia Baldwin. The document, filed earlier today, indicates that he intends to sue Baldwin for legal negligence. Much has been made about Cynthia Baldwin’s role in the legal trouble Penn […]

MGMT To Headline Movin’ On 2013

The 2013 Movin’ On Exec Committee announced this afternoon in the HUB that MGMT will be the headlining act as part of the annual free concert at the end of the Spring semester. The event will be held on April 26, 2013. MGMT, an alternative rock group, became popular along with the album Oracular Spectacular, featuring hits from the last couple years including; “Kids,” “Time to Pretend,” and “Electric Feel.”

Open Mic Presents Holiday Jam

Looking for some last minute stress relief before finals week? Penn State music promotion group Open Mic (@OpenMic_psu) presents the Holiday Jam, a student talent showcase featuring the best performers Penn State has to offer.

Did Penn State Get Snubbed on the AP All-American List?

The AP All-American list was revealed yesterday, and for the first time since the 2004 season, no Penn State players made the first, second, or third team. Were some deserving Nittany Lions robbed of a spot?

Overheard on Twitter: When Stalking High School Recruits Goes Overboard

I was struck by a conversation I saw unfold on Twitter last night between Penn State blue chip recruit Christian Hackenberg and a number of Penn State fans. Read more after the jump.

State Representative Scott Conklin Aims to Legislate a Smaller Board of Trustees

State Representative Scott Conklin held a press conference yesterday, flanked by Anthony Lubrano, where he introduced four bills that would drastically shrink the size of the Penn State Board of Trustees.

365 Days: A Year in Happy Valley Preview

The aptly named “365 Days: A Year in Happy Valley”, a documentary directed by Erik Poulx, takes a year to focus on the general impact the scandal had on the State College community and how its members are healing and moving forward.

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