In the wake of the deadly attack at Monday's Boston Marathon, Penn State taking some extra precautions to ensure the safety of all who plan to enjoy this weekend's festivities.
A man died after falling from the sixth floor of the University Gateway apartment building on College Ave. last night around 1 a.m. The street was shutdown for nearly three hours as police and medical personnel investigated. The body, wrapped in a white sheet, remained several feet from the sidewalk for nearly three hours before being taken away in an ambulance.
According to multiple reports, James Sharer, a 19-year-old Penn State student, has been charged with criminal trespassing following an incident early Sunday morning. After being discovered, Sharer refused to leave the premises despite repeated attempts from the resident, who then fired two warning shots causing Sharer to run from the home where he was found by police.
It was a hectic day for the nation, but for those in Boston, it was chaos. We are likely only beginning to comprehend the aftermath of the two explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon yesterday that took three lives and injured at least 140 others. It is a tragedy that we will likely never understand -- for how can one understand something that has no good explanation?
After THON's $12 million and Relay For Life of Penn State's $137,509.62 this weekend, it's a great year for Penn State to find out that they'll be hosting Camp Kesem, a week-long camp for kids who currently have, or have had, cancer.
Senior Lady Lions Alex Bentley and Nikki Greene were drafted to the WNBA on Monday night.
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