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Day: October 2, 2014

Penn State Introduces Nutritional Health Program For Student Athletes

Penn State Athletics announced today the beginning a nutritional health program for student athletes, giving the university's 31 athletic teams access to healthier and sport specific meals at fueling stations located in athletic facilities throughout campus.

Boal Mansion CEO Charged With Possession of Child Pornography, Exploitation

Boal Mansion CEO Christopher G. Lee, 65, was federally indicted and charged with possession of child pornography and coercing of a minor to engage in sexual activity after a joint investigation by the FBI and State College Police today.

Penn State Joins You Can Play Movement

Penn State became the latest university to join the You Can Play movement today, releasing a video with Division I coaches, athletes, and university administrators encouraging people to play sports regardless of their sexual orientation.

Whiteout Night Game Against Ohio State Sells Out

The new Nittany Lions head coach wasn't exactly right when he made his original #107kstrong promise, but he will get his wish for the first time in just a couple weeks as the whiteout night game against Ohio State is officially sold out!

Rally Planned For Restoring Joe Paterno’s Wins

A "major announcement" came today from the People's Joe group in the form of a 0:34 second promotional video -- a rally to restore Joe Paterno's wins is planned for Oct. 24-25 at the Student Bookstore downtown.

UPUA Unofficially Opposes Lord Resolution In Closed Meeting

The University Park Undergraduate Association held a closed Committee of the Whole meeting, with the majority of the assembly voicing an opinion in opposition of trustee Al Lord's resolution moving to "finish" the Freeh report investigation and reconsider the report's findings.

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