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Day: October 13, 2014

Penn State Hockey Receives Ranking Votes For First Time Ever

For the first time in program history, Penn State hockey picked up votes in the USCHO Top 20 poll, with six votes to the Nittany Lions' credit.

17-Year Old Charged as Adult After Alleged Armed Robbery

Seventeen-year old Gabriel Shull of State College was arrested this morning after soliciting money from a female pedestrian while brandishing a BB gun, according to police. Shull was arraigned this morning and charged as an adult with robbery, unlawful restraint, simple assault, and possession of instruments of crime and a minor drug charge.

HUB Shooting Threat Suspect Held on $100,000 Bail

Jong Seong Shim, the suspect of sending an anonymous shooting threat on Yik Yak, was arraigned today in Bellefonte and now being held on $100,000 bail at the Centre County Correctional Facility.

Penn State Football Drops Myles Hartsfield

Penn State has decided to "move on" from CB Myles Hartsfield amid hazing accusations.

Penn State’s Recycling Efforts Recognized As ‘Best Of The Best’

The university was recognized for its exceptional program in recycling.

Penn State Unveils New Nike Gloves

The Nittany Lions took an ugly loss at the hands of Michigan this past Saturday, but they sure looked good during the game! The team unveiled some sweet looking new Nike gloves that featured all white on the back, with the Nittany Lion logo visible on the front with two hands placed together.
Penn State broke out brand new Nittany Lion gloves for its game against Michigan. At least it looked good in the loss!

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