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Day: March 8, 2013

Dillen/Machina UPUA Presidential Ticket in Hot Water, Could be Disqualified

The 2013 UPUA election season is off to a stumbling start, and campaigning hasn't even begun. The Elections Commission has been made aware of a potential violation in the Aaron Dillen/Elias Machina presidential ticket which could see the candidates disqualified from the race before it even starts.

Penn State Student Takes a Stand Against Sexual Assault

Watch the documentary, Unreported, by Penn State film student, Stephanie Wain, which serves as a call to action regarding sexual assault on PSU's campus after the jump.

Lions Knock off Northwestern for Chambers’ First Big Ten Road Win

Penn State used hot starts and defensive pressure at the beginning of both halves to quickly put points on the board, leading to a 66-59 victory over injury-plagued Northwestern at Welsh-Ryan Arena. The win marks the first Big Ten road win of the Pat Chambers era and the first conference road win for Penn State since a victory at Minnesota on March 6, 2011.

Penn State Wrestling Big Ten Tournament Preview

Penn State wrestling looks for its third consecutive Big Ten tournament championship this weekend in Champaign, Illinois.

Preview: Lady Lions to Face Buckeyes in Big Ten Tournament

The #8 Lady Lions will take on the unranked Buckeyes in the semi-finals of the Big Ten Tournament tonight in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.

Watchdog: University Names Director of Ethics

The University named Regis Becker its first Director of Ethics and Compliance yesterday. With this title, Becker will be charged with supervision of all federal, state, and local laws, as well as internal policies. His post comes from the preliminary recommendations of Louis Freeh.

"Regis Becker's range of distinguished experience in corporate compliance, security and law enforcement makes him the ideal person to implement and oversee clear, comprehensive and exemplary principles and procedures for the University," President Rod Erickson said in a release.

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