The Tweet of the day today comes from ESPN's Bob Ley, who received a letter from a conspiracy theorist who believes that Joe Paterno might still be alive in the "heart of Nittany Lion country."
Nittany Lion spring sports teams continue to advance and find success late in their seasons as the Women's Track and Field Team won its seventh Big Ten title and Women's Lacrosse advanced to the Elite Eight in the NCAA tournament. No. 13 Penn State Men's Lacrosse ended its season and fell to No. 11 Yale Lacrosse in a 10-7 battle
Duo Nightclub, located at 129 Pugh St., is in legal trouble and has been served an eviction notice for failure to pay back rent according to court documents plastered on the troubled night spot's door. A judgement has been entered against Parag Parikh and P&P at PSU, LCC for $12,000 in back rent, and Duo will be evicted on May 20 if not paid.
One of Penn State's finest a capella groups has been invited to perform on national television.
The Statesmen, formerly the JoePas, are set to perform on the Today Show in New York City tomorrow, May 15 at around 9 a.m.
Jay Paterno seems to always say the right things at the right times. Throughout the entirety of the events that have unfolded since the scandal first became news at Penn State, he has been nothing but professional, well-spoken, and timely with any and all comments that he has offered. Nothing has changed, as was evident in an article released yesterday by CBS Sports detailing an interview with Jay Paterno on a number of topics...