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Day: June 4, 2013

Former Creamery Employee Charged with Fraud

A 21-year-old woman is facing multiple counts of theft and fraud after an incident at Penn State's Berkey Creamery. Alexandra Otero allegedly used a student's ID card to purchase about $40 worth of merchandise from the creamery in April.

Report: Guard Allen Roberts Tranfers To Penn State

Former Miami of Ohio guard Allen Roberts has made the decision to transfer to Penn State and play basketball for the Nittany Lions, according to Alex Kline of Roberts helps to fill a void that was formed when Jermaine Marshall, the team's leading scorer last season, made the decision to forego his senior year and enter the draft.

Penn State Knows Grass

Penn State can add another accomplishment to its winning traditions by becoming the first university ever to have alumni overseeing the course facilities for all three U.S. major golf tournaments; the U.S. Open, the PGA Championship and the Masters.

PSU Commit Geno Thorpe Shines at Mary Kline Classic

On Sunday night at Philadelphia University, Penn State commit Geno Thorpe earned the Most Outstanding Player award for Team Courage at the 3rd Annual Mary Kline Classic for brain cancer research.

Matt McGloin Reportedly Impressing Raiders

Matt McGloin, recently signed by the Oakland Raiders after going undrafted following his strong senior campaign, is reportedly making a push up the depth chart. Chris Mortensen, ESPN's NFL insider, said on NFL 32 that McGloin was making a strong impression on the organization's higher-ups and pressuring his competition for the backup quarterback spot in Oakland.

Dinosaurs, West Side Story Coming to Penn State

Only building more anticipation for next school year, the Center for Performing Arts at Penn State released the specifics of its 2013-2014 season today. And, well, it doesn't disappoint. From musicals and dance to prehistoric reptiles, these are some of the highlights.

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