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Day: June 13, 2014

Alosi, Anderson, Warner, Whipple No Longer On Penn State’s Roster

Richy Anderson, who was part of Bill O'Brien's 2013 recruiting class, will seek a transfer from the program, according to outlets.

Grad Student Allie Goldstein Selected as Next Student Trustee

Gov. Tom Corbett announced that Allie Goldstein, a Penn State Ph.D student, will replace Peter Khoury as the student trustee. Pending State Senate approval, Goldstein will be sworn in at the July Board of Trustees meeting at Penn State Schuylkill.

If Penn State Were Game of Thrones

In honor of the culmination of another season, we at Onward State found some parallels between Penn State and Game of Thrones.

State College Restaurants Reopen After Federal Enforcement Operation

Restaurants began periodically reopening Thursday and Friday after federal agents executed search warrants at the businesses and took several people into custody. The Homeland Security Investigations unit with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency conducted an enforcement operation in State College Thursday, which targeted a number of restaurants.

Former Defensive Tackle Devon Still Reveals Daughter Has Cancer

Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still will look a little different when he returns to the field this season. He shaved his head as an act of solidarity for his daughter, Leah, who was diagnosed with cancer. She begins chemotherapy soon and will most likely lose her hair.

State College Spikes To Open Home Schedule Saturday

One of the most underrated parts of a State College summer begins tomorrow, when the Spikes open their home schedule against the Williamsport Crosscutters at 7 p.m. at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park.

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