Day: May 19, 2014

NCAA Explains Penn State’s Absence From Major Infractions List

Penn State isn't listed in the NCAA's major infractions database because it's "separate from a traditional enforcement case."

Attorneys Dispute Access to Freeh Documents In Second Part of Paterno v. NCAA Hearing

In the second part of a two-part hearing for the Paterno family lawsuit against the NCAA and Penn State, attorneys made arguments in court Monday regarding the Paterno family's desire to issue a subpoena allowing them access to roughly 3.5 million documents related to the Louis Freeh investigation.

NCAA Attorney: No Football If Consent Decree Unsigned

It what has turned into a two-part hearing in the Paterno family lawsuit against the NCAA and Penn State, attorneys made oral arguments regarding the claims the Paterno family made in its amended complaint for the case.

Study: Penn State Is Second-Most Unequal Public University In Executive Payment vs. Student Debt

A study from the Institute for Policy Studies has found that Penn State is the second-most unequal public university in America based on six categories regarding executive payment, faculty employment and student debt.

Pair of Arsons Reported In State College Sunday Night

The State College Police reported to two arsons within blocks of one another on Sunday night at 11:03 p.m. and 11:16 p.m., according to a release sent at 2:36 a.m.

College of Communications Appoints Marie Hardin Next Dean

The College of Communications went in-house to select its next dean, choosing associate dean for undergraduate and graduate education and journalism professor Marie Hardin to succeed Doug Anderson after his 15 years at the helm, according to a release.