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Day: July 11, 2013

G-Span Files Defamation Lawsuit Against Freeh

Almost a year after Louis Freeh's damning report came out, former Penn State president Graham Spanier is suing the former FBI director for defamation.

Freeh Report Update: 116 of 118 Recommendations Implemented or Ongoing

Despite most of the business at today's Board of Trustees Legal and Compliance committee meeting being conducted in executive session, the twenty minute public meeting provided a few tidbits at what's to come at tomorrows meeting. Notably, Penn State Vice President for Finance and Business David Gray provided the traditional bi-monthly update on the Freeh report recommendation implementation.

Cappelletti, Mauti Among Latest Lettermen to Endorse Paterno Lawsuit, Other Athletes Added

A Heisman Trophy winner and a NFL rookie are just two of the latest group of former Penn State football players who have come out in support of the Paterno family's lawsuit against the NCAA.

Penn State Football 2016, 2017 Conference Schedule Released

Penn State football fans are getting a glimpse at what post-sanction life might include with the release of the 2016 and 2017 Big Ten schedules today. These will be the first two seasons featuring a nine game conference schedule.

Trustees Propose 3.39 Percent In-State Tuition Increase

In-state students will see a 3.39 percent tuition hike next year when the Board of Trustees proposal is approved at tomorrow's meeting. The trustees are meeting in committee today at Penn State's Fayette campus in Lemont Furnace.

Grillers is Gone for Good

Popular drunk food spot Grillers at 252. E. Beaver Ave. is closed again, and this time it's for good.

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