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Day: September 4, 2013

NCAA Faces First Setback Related to Penn State Sanctions

Commonwealth Court rejected the NCAA's objections to the lawsuit seeking to keep fine money in Pennsylvania.

NASA and Penn State Sign Space Act Agreement

This just in: NASA will partner with the Lunar Lion team as a part of Penn State's first Space Act Agreement (SAA) with the space agency.

Penn State Law to Host Domestic Violence Awareness Event

Penn State Law's Family Law Clinic will be hosting a domestic violence awareness event on October 2 featuring the film called "Telling Amy's Story," followed by a discussion panel with experts from the field.

Sandusky Prosecutor to CBS: No Evidence Paterno Participated in Coverup

Another day, another network special on the Jerry Sandusky scandal. This time, CBS Sports is getting in the mix with a Penn State feature on "60 Minute Sports" on Showtime at 10 p.m. tonight. The episode focuses on Frank Fina and Joe McGettigan, the two prosecutors who helped put Sandusky behind bars.

100 Years of Marathon Reading Set For Thursday

If you think you love books a whole lot (but are not sure), check out the College of the Liberal Art's "Marathon Reading" event this Thursday to put your love to the test.

Nittanyville Do’s and Don’ts: How to Survive Outside Gate A

Nittanyville, the tent village outside Gate A of Beaver Stadium, is the easiest way to secure the best seats for every football game. Students camp out days in advance just to be some of the first fans inside the stadium. This community, filled with pep rallies, guest visits, and (sometimes) free food, starts tonight at 9 p.m. for the first campout of the year.

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