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Day: October 2, 2013

Sandusky Appeal Denied By Superior Court

Jerry Sandusky's appeal of the 45 counts of child sexual abuse he was convicted of last year was denied by the Superior Court of Pennsylvania today. Sandusky was sentenced to 30 to 90 years for the abuse, which took place between 1995 and 2008. The appeal argued that the sentence should be reversed based on four points of contention with the trial.

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Lessons the NCAA Needs to Learn

NCAA officials reduced Penn State sanctions this week, but haven't yet followed the lead of student-athletes who embody core values.

Inaugural Poet Richard Blanco to Read at Penn State

As part of Penn State Creative Writing's Mary E. Rolling reading series, inaugural poet Richard Blanco will visit Penn State on October 10 and read some of work at 7:30 p.m. in the Paterno Library's Foster Auditorium.

Penn State Students Create “Academic Social Network” for Students and Professors

A group of Penn State students have created a website called CourseGroups -- an academic social network designed for college students and professors.

Penn State to Host Intercollegiate Quidditch Tournament

Football may not play at home on Saturday, but you can root for another team near Beaver Stadium: Penn State Quidditch.

New York Times Editor Dean Baquet Speaks at Foster-Foreman Conference

The managing editor of the New York Times sits down to discuss all things journalism.

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