Day: July 9, 2013

Penn State to Open 2014 Season in Ireland

Call your travel agent! Penn State football will open its 2014 campaign in Dublin, Ireland against the University of Central Florida, multiple sources inside the athletic department independently confirmed to Onward State.

Anchors Away: Feds May Cut Penn State’s Navy Pet Project

Congress may strip $22 million in federal funding from Penn State's Energy Efficient Buildings Hub, part of the redevelopment of Philadelphia's Navy Yard, according to a report. But, Congress isn't likely to pass a budget this year anyway. If it does, about 30 jobs might be lost.

Barnes, Zwinak Named To Preseason Award Watch Lists

Running back Zach Zwinak (Maxwell Award) and defensive end Deion Barnes (Bednarik Award) have been named to the preseason lists. For those unaware, the Maxwell Award is given out annually to the best college football player in America, while the Bednarik Award is given out annually to college football's best defensive player.

State College: America’s 8th-most Bro-friendly City

State College is the 8th-most bro-friendly city in America according to Estately, a real-estate firm dabbling in bro-metrics.

Blue Loop Service Extended During Arts Fest

During all five days of Arts Fest, the Blue Loop will operate more frequently at longer hours to accomodate the masses. The bus will come every 5 minutes at the peak points of the day. Check below for the schedule, or click here if you want the fancy PDF.           Check […]

Corbett Won’t Appeal, NCAA Lawsuit is Dead

Any political capital Gov. Tom Corbett hoped to gain from the NCAA lawsuit or any glimmer of hope Penn State fans might have had that the NCAA would lose a battle over the sanctions in court is gone now. Corbett's chief legal adviser said yesterday that the administration and Pennsylvania would not appeal a judge's decision to throw out the lawsuit last month.

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