Few people heard of Bill Cluck before Ken Frazier's tirade. Now, Dr. Cluck, a candidate for an alumni seat on the Board of Trustees, earned the first celebrity endorsement of this election. Valerie Plame Wilson, a former CIA operative and novelist, endorsed Cluck for Penn State's Board of Trustees.
Penn State added another member to its Nittany Lion family yesterday, in the form of, well, a baby horse! The female foal was born Monday morning around 1:00 a.m. with the help of managers and students at the Penn State horse barns.
In front of a crowd of about 20 in Alumni Hall, incoming UPUA President and Vice President Katelyn Mullen and Brenden Dooley fielded questions for the last time before UPUA elections on Wednesday.
With another (mostly painful) year in the books, it’s campaign season again in Happy Valley, and this spring, two incumbents are trying to overcome cynical advertising, eroded friendships, and frequent scathing comments from alumni to secure another term on the Penn State Board of Trustees.
Eleven Penn State fencers traveled to San Antonio, Texas, to compete in the NCAA Championships, against schools like Notre Dame, Princeton, Ohio State, and more. The team took third this year with great fencing all across the board.
Coach Coquese Washington and her Lady Lions will take on the LSU Tigers once again in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Tuesday night at 9:45 p.m. on ESPN2.
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