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Day: November 12, 2013

Penn State Administrators Respond to Anti-Semitic Vandalism at Beta Sigma Beta

Several Penn State administrators, including President Rodney Erickson, issued a letter today in response to anti-semitic vandalism outside of the Beta Sigma Beta fraternity last week.

Louis Freeh Fires Back at Graham Spanier for Lawsuit

The latest development in the legal back of forth between judge Louis Freeh and former Penn State President Graham Spanier was filed today. In a strongly worded criminal docket, Freeh's attorneys blasted Spanier for trying to use the media against Freeh and asked for more specific information about why Spanier is suing Freeh for defamation.

Bill O’Brien Taking Things One Week At A Time

In his weekly press conference on Tuesday afternoon, Bill O'Brien discussed moving on from Minnesota, getting ready for Purdue, the development of Christian Hackenberg, and more.

Grading The Nittany Lions’ 24-10 Loss To Minnesota

The Nittany Lions struggled on Saturday against the Minnesota Golden Gophers en route to a 24-10 road loss. The game looked unwinnable for Penn State from the start as the offense came out cold and the defense could not make plays early on. After digesting one of the ugliest football games of the season, we handed out some grades to the team.

Penn State Cracks Top 10 in International Student Enrollment

A record number of foreign students coming to America to seek an education -- 819,644 in count for 2012-2013 -- and Penn State is taking advantage of that increased interest. According to the latest numbers from the International Education’s “Open Doors” report, Penn State has the 10th highest enrollment for international students in the country.

10 Questions With Penn State Football All-American Bruce Bannon

Ask any Penn State fan old enough to remember the 1970's who the greatest linebacker they ever saw was, and Bruce Bannon is usually one of the first answers. Although many great linebackers have come and gone since the 1972 All-American suited up for Penn State, Bannon was one of the first great products in the early days of Linebacker U. He would go on to play for two years in the NFL with the Dolphins, but he made his legacy on the gridiron here in Happy Valley. We caught up with Bannon to talk Nittany Lion football, life after leaving Happy Valley, and his playing days.

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