Day: April 17, 2013

CATA Bus and Car Collide at Intersection

At 11:57 a.m. today, a CATA bus and car were involved in an accident near the intersection of Hastings Road and University Drive.

Updated: Police Apprehended Man Who Made Threat in the HUB

A Penn State text alert that went out shortly after noon indicates police are searching for a man who made an "indirect threat" in the HUB.

Wine, Meet Taco

This weekend is known for one of Penn State's greatest traditions -- the Blue and White game. But after seeing an ad for a wine and taco pairing at the Mount Nittany Vineyard and Winery, I smell a new one.

NCAA Lawsuit Will Head to Court Next Month

On Tuesday, US District Judge Yvette Kane ruled that oral arguments for the NCAA's motion to dismiss will begin on May 1. The governing body of college sports argues that the Commonwealth's lawsuit to overturn sanctions on the Nittany Lions football program is without merit.

UPAC Votes to Keep Policy Voting Confidential

The University Park Allocation Committee (UPAC) met last night in the HUB to discuss and vote on two policy issues that would have increased transparency in how the organization operates.

That is, if both had passed.

Blue-White Nittanyville Campout a No-Go

A couple dozen Penn State students want to start a new tradition -- a campout for the Blue-White game. But the idea hasn't exactly been well-received.

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