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Day: February 7, 2013

NCAA Files Motion to Dismiss PA’s Lawsuit

The NCAA responded to Pennsylvania's lawsuit today, saying that Pennsylvania does not have grounds to sue the NCAA over an issue of discipline.

"This lawsuit is an inappropriate attempt to drag the federal courts into an intra-state political dispute," the response states. "The remedial measures that Penn State agreed to were controversial, and have elicited strong feelings on all sides. Some think they are too harsh, and some think they are too lenient. But none of those feelings have anything to do with the antitrust laws."

Taking Off With Purple Planes

Student-founded clothing line, Purple Planes, launched its 2013 winter line last night at Chrome Bar and Hookah Lounge. Founder Daba Kora discusses how the fashion and entertainment team got together, how the Chrome event came to be, and how Purple Planes was born.

PDA Commandments

With Valentine's Day approaching, let’s put an end to offensive PDA acts. The key to tasteful public displays of affection is simplicity. Anything that lasts too long immediately becomes uncomfortable for others to watch. Read the Five Commandments for PDA Etiquette after the jump.

Bill O’Brien Pleased with 2013 Recruiting Class

Despite losing a few key commits from July's sanctions, Penn State head coach Bill O'Brien is very pleased with the 2013 recruiting class, calling yesterday's National Signing Day, "a great day for Penn State."

Still Waiting For An Exciting UPUA Meeting

Well guys, it’s here. The day you’ve been waiting for. The day you’ve been ripping off links of your paper chain countdown to get to. It’s UPUA Recap Thursday, and let me preface this by saying that last night’s UPUA meeting was especially pointless.

Schreyer Honors College May Alter Admission Process

The Schreyer Honors College is considering adding a half-hour interview component next year to the already competitive and intense application process.

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