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Day: October 8, 2014

James Franklin Testifies Via Skype in Vanderbilt Rape Case

James Franklin testified during a pretrial hearing in the rape case against four of his former players, saying that he never saw a video of the alleged assault despite telling his team otherwise because he didn't want to "water down" the message.

James Franklin Expected to Testify in Rape Case Hearing via Skype

James Franklin is expected to testify today via Skype during a hearing involving four of his former football players that have been charged with rape.

President’s Office Open House Scheduled for Friday

President Eric Barron's office doors will be open to the public this Friday, from 2:30 p.m to 4:30 p.m.

NCAA Wants Fast Decision on Federal Lawsuit

The NCAA has requested that a federal judge expedite a decision on its federal lawsuit against various Pennsylvania government officials, according to court documents filed Monday.

‘Catch Me If You Can’ Comes To Schwab Auditorium

Catch this, if you can: the Penn State Thespians will perform the musical Catch Me If You Can this Thursday, Oct. 9 through Saturday, Oct. 11 at Schwab Auditorium.

Pulitzer Winner John Branch Talks Journalism At Alumni Hall

New York Times writer and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist John Branch spoke on campus Tuesday night, addressing a crowd of a few hundred students in the HUB Alumni Hall. Branch was one of two speakers to take part in the fall portion of the Foster-Foreman Conference, a speaker series featuring journalists put on by the College of Communications.

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