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Day: January 24, 2014

Student Activity Fee Board Passes Biggest Increase Since 2010

It was all but inevitable, but they had the meeting nonetheless. The 13-member Student Activity Fee Board unanimously approved the biggest fee increase since 2010 this afternoon, hiking up the mandatory Student Activity Fee at University Park from $87 to $93.

Meet The Staff: The 2014 Penn State Football Coaches

After two weeks of work, James Franklin has finally assembled his entire coaching staff for the 2014 season. Franklin waited until the staff was complete before presenting the group to the public, holding a press conference on Friday afternoon and allowing each and every one of his coaches to address the media. The tight-knit group is largely made up of Vanderbilt coaches that made the move to State College along with Franklin.

David Glen Will Miss Three Games to Donate Bone Marrow

This morning, it was announced that Nittany Lion forward David Glen will miss this Saturday's game against no. 2 Boston College as well as next weekend's series against Ohio State to donate bone marrow to an anonymous recipient through the Be the Match program.

Joe Battista to receive AHCA’s Lamoriello Award

Longtime Penn State coach and administrator Joe Battista will be honored with the 2014 American Hockey Coaches Association’s Lou Lamoriello Award, the organization announced yesterday. The award is given to a former college hockey player or coach who goes on to have a “unique and distinguished professional career.” “I am honored and humbled to receive the […]

Yudichak Officially Introduces BoT Reform Bill

State Senator John Yudichak has officially introduced his Penn State Board of Trustees reform bill which, if passed, would reduce the number of board members from 30 to 23. Yudichak laid out the details of the bill in November and has since garnered 23 co-sponsors in the State Senate.

THON Alumni Turn Hope into the Hope Gala

Have you ever wondered what THON volunteers will possibly do with their lives after they cross the stage and accept their diplomas? One group of Penn Staters has taken their knowledge and passion for THON to create a new event that is still FTK.

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