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Day: October 7, 2014

James Franklin Talks Man Caves, Star Trek, DJs, and Michigan

James Franklin was on top of his media schmoozing game on Tuesday afternoon as he held his weekly press conference, covering a number of unusual topics in between analysis of the Nittany Lions' upcoming matchup with Michigan.

Brandon Wimbush Flips Commitment from Penn State to Notre Dame

Four-star recruit Brandon Wimbush decommitted from Penn State in favor of Notre Dame.

Former Penn State Star Larry Johnson Arrested For Aggravated Battery

Former Penn State running back Larry Johnson was arrested and charged with aggravated battery early Tuesday morning in Miami after a fight at a nightclub.

President Barron Talks Tuition At Schreyer Shaping the Future Summit

Ask any group of Penn State students what the biggest issue is facing the university today and you're likely to hear tuition first almost every time. Such was the central topic of discussion last night at the Schreyer Honors College's Shaping the Future Summit, which featured a keynote address from President Eric Barron.

Penn State To Close Controversial Confucius Institute

Following in the footsteps of the University of Chicago, Penn State decided it will not continue to host a Confucius Institute for Chinese studies after Dec. 2014. The controversial program will close due to differing goals between Penn State's College of Liberal Arts and the Hanban, an affiliate of the Chinese Ministry of Education and division that oversees the institute.

Help Us Find The Worst Final Exam Schedules Again

In honor of final exam schedules being recently released, Onward State is looking for the most unforgiving, stressful, and absolute worst exam schedule any student has ever endured. If you think your schedule is one of the toughest in history then we want to see it!

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