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Day: January 16, 2014

Four-Star Defensive Back Troy Vincent Flips Commitment from Penn State to NC State

One day after four-star defensive tackle recruit Thomas Holley flipped his commitment from Penn State to Florida, four-star defensive back recruit Troy Vincent, Jr. flipped his commitment from Penn State to NC State, according to Bruce Feldman of CBS Sports.

James Franklin Takes Out Thank You Ad in Nashville Paper

James Franklin is at Penn State now, but he's not going to forget Vanderbilt -- the school he used to propel himself into every national coaching search -- any time soon. He took out the above advertisement in the Tennessean today, expressing his gratitude toward the fans and school.

‘We Are’ Statue Design Released

Remember that time students voted for a "We Are" statue instead of a Rec Hall beautification project or a donation to the Penn State Hershey Center for the Protection of Children? The class of 2013's legacy will soon be cemented, as the "We Are" statue design was released at the Board of Trustees Committee on Finance, Business and Capital Planning meeting today.

Lion’s List Digitizes Your Penn State Bucket List

While you probably have some semblance of a Penn State bucket list in your head, very few people actually lay it all out or organize those treasured Penn State experiences into something meaningful. The new website and initiative called Lion's List hopes to change that. Led by Executive Director and Penn State senior Corbin Reno, the project launched on Monday

Losing Larry Johnson and What It Means for Penn State Football

Bill O'Brien may have been the heart of Penn State football for the last two seasons, a driving force behind a movement that kept the program afloat in the wake of supposedly crippling sanctions. O'Brien will forever be remembered for what he did during his short stay in Happy Valley, but he isn't the only that comes to Penn State this offseason -- not when a Penn State legend like Larry Johnson decides to part ways with the Nittany Lions and becomes a Buckeye.

UPUA Discusses $6 Student Activity Fee Increase

UPUA gathered in the HUB this Wednesday for its first meeting of the semester, and though new business was light, a couple important issues were discussed including CAPS funding and a potential increase of the Student Activity Fee. Both discussions were tangential to UPUA's authority, but nevertheless, opinions were asked for and heard.

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