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Day: March 12, 2013

Thirty Former Penn State Football Players to Attend BOT Meeting

Over thirty former Penn State football players will attend this weekend's Board of Trustees meeting in Hershey and hold a press conference following the meeting according to the Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship.

Anthony Lubrano to Invite Louis Freeh to Board Meeting

At this week's Board of Trustees meeting, outspoken Penn State trustee Anthony Lubrano says he will he suggest that the board invite Louis Freeh and Dick Thornburgh to May's board meeting, according to a short interview clip with the Centre County Report.

More Billboards: Anti-BoT Incumbent Messages Commissioned by PS4RS

It's campaign season in Happy Valley, and judging by the first couple weeks, it appears that no other Board of Trustees candidates will face the same opposition as incumbents Paul Suhey and Stephanie Deviney. This morning, an anti-Paul Suhey/Stephanie Deviney billboard was commissioned in downtown State College.

Newt Gingrich and Robert Gibbs to Square Off in Campus Debate

Two political heavyweights are set to square off in Schwab Auditorium on April 23 as part of a bipartisan event hosted by the College Democrats and College Republicans. Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich and former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs will come to Penn State for a debate that is sure to be both informative and entertaining.

Marshall and Newbill Earn Honorable Mention All-Big Ten

Penn State guards Jermaine Marshall and D.J. Newbill were named 2012-13 All-Big Ten honorable mention by the Big Ten media and coaches. The pair averaged 32.6 points per game, making them the Big Ten's second highest scoring tandem.

Like Father, Like Son: Zordich Family Searching for Jobs

Searching for an NFL job runs in the Zordich family right now. On one end of the spectrum is the fullback who just completed his fourth and final season with the Nittany Lions. There is also Michael Zordich Sr. the fullback’s father who played on the Nittany Lions’ 1986 National Championship team as a senior and spent more than 15 years in the NFL, 12 as a defensive back for three different franchises and the past three as an assistant coach with the Philadelphia Eagles

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