Day: June 18, 2014

WWE Live To Return To The BJC In September

Less than a year after coming to State College, the WWE will be back at the Bryce Jordan Center September 7 for all you "wrestling" fans out there, according to the BJC.

Public Records Legislation Clears State Senate Committee

Penn State and the other three state-related universities are a step closer to being required to make records regarding contracts and salaries public after bipartisan legislation passed a state senate committee Wednesday.

Forty-Six Football Players Earn 3.0 GPA Or Better

The Penn State football team's academic performance for the spring semester was announced today, and it was impressive. Forty-six members of the team earned at least a 3.0 grade-point average, with three players earning a perfect 4.0 GPA.

Penn State Law Granted Separate Accreditation from Dickinson, Splits From Carlisle Campus

That relationship comes to an end today, as the Council of the American Bar Association’s Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar (gulp) approved the University's request to operate two independent and fully accredited law schools.

The Complicated Legacy of David Joyner

At today's Penn State where so many of our leaders fall into a robotic, impersonal -- yes, heartless -- abyss, honorable intent is at least a start. If nothing else, David Joyner had that.

Penn State Represented By Five Professors Who Inspire

A Penn State professor and four Penn State graduates were named among NerdScholar's "40 Under 40: Professors Who Inspire," a list that celebrates professors who "are cultivating passion in their students."

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