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Day: December 9, 2013

DaQuan Jones Accepts Invitation to Play in Senior Bowl

DaQuan Jones, an All-Big Ten selection for his play this season on the defensive line, has accepted an invitation to play at the 65th annual Senior Bowl, according to GoPSUSports. The game will take place on Saturday, January 25 beginning at 4:00 p.m. at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama, and can be watched on the NFL Network.

Rapper/Producer Timbaland Will Join Jay-Z at BJC

It was announced today that Jay-Z will be joined at his upcoming show at the Bryce Jordan Center on Jan. 31 by superstar producer and rapper Timbaland.

Two Arrested in Connection With Beta Sigma Beta Vandalism

After a month-long investigation, two Penn State students have been charged with Ethnic Intimidation, Criminal Mischief, and Disorderly Conduct as a result of anti-semitic vandalism at the Beta Sigma Beta fraternity.

Matt McGloin Joins List Of Successful Penn State Quarterbacks In NFL

Penn State is known as Linebacker U and not Quarterback U for a reason. Throughout Penn State’s illustrious football history, we found 17 quarterbacks that took at least one snap for Penn State and at least one snap in an official NFL game, or its historical equivalent. Only nine of those quarterbacks were drafted into the NFL -- but don't tell that to Matt McGloin.

Big Brother: Penn State Installing 450 Security Cameras on Campus

Penn State is taking a page out of the NSA's playbook with their new venture; the Board of Trustees has approved the installation of more 450 surveillance cameras in Penn State dorms and other buildings around campus.

‘Americanah’ Chosen as 2014 Penn State Common Book

Penn State announced its common book selection for the 2014 incoming class -- Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's "Americanah," which is about a Nigerian woman who travels to America to study at a university. The Penn State Reads program, an initiative launched in the spring, is designed to provide a shared experience among new students and stimulate critical thinking.

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