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Day: January 30, 2013

Black Caucus to Host Open Forum with Presisdent Erickson

The Penn State Student Black Caucus announced earlier this afternoon that the group will be holding an open forum with President Rodney Erickson next Thursday, February 7 at 7 p.m.

AOL Sporting News Uses Jerry Sandusky in URL for Article About Hockey

Jerry Sandusky appeared in the website url of an AOL Sporting News story on Monday in an article that had nothing to do with Jerry Sandusky.

PA Senate Passes Bill to Keep NCAA Fine in State

One step in the effort to keep the 60 million dollar fine money owed to the NCAA by Penn State over the next five years is complete as the Pennsylvania State Senate has approved Senate Bill 187 in a unanimous 50-0 vote.

Latest Poll: Pennsylvanians Disapprove of Gov. Corbett, But Support His Fight Against the NCAA

Although many Pennsylvania voters support Tom Corbett's lawsuit against the NCAA, a majority of pollsters disapprove of the way he's handled his first term as governor. According to a Quinnipiac poll released yesterday, only 36 percent of Pennsylvanians polled approve Tom Corbett first-term performance.

State College Borough Issues Contaminated Water Warning for Select Residents

Some residents may be exposed to contaminated water and, for the time being, are encouraged to boil their water before drinking, according to a statement issued by the The State College Borough Water Authority earlier today.

Judge Cleland Dismisses Sandusky’s Motions for a Retrial

Three weeks after Jerry Sandusky's defense team argued for a new trial, Judge John Cleland denied all of his post-sentence motions.

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