Day: December 2, 2014

Former Penn State Student Makes State Record Restitution Payment to the University

Former Penn State student Craig Tonik broke a Pennsylvania record by making the state’s largest ever restitution payment in the amount of $779,851.

Beaver Stadium Attendance Up 5,000 Per Game in 2014

Home game attendance at Beaver Stadium is not quite #107Kstrong-- but it's getting closer.

Students Stage “Die-In” To Protest Ferguson Decision

At 12:30 p.m. today, a group of students gathered in the HUB to protest the non-indictment of Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. in August. The protest was a “die-in,” modeled after the famous sit-ins of the civil rights movement.

Facilities Fee Advisory Committee Releases Data & Wants Your Ideas

Each semester, every student enrolled at Penn State University Park must pay a $120 Facility Fee. These fees are pooled together and used on improvements and expansions to non-academic, recreational, and multi-use space for students. The usage of the fee is decided by the Facilities Fee Advisory Committee (FFAC), and it wants your input!

Alumni Association Clarifies Paterno Statuette Ad Controversy

A press release has been making the rounds this week about the Alumni Association's purported refusal to run an advertisement for the $590 nine-pound Joe Paterno statuette being hawked by Distinct Collectibles.

The Great Wings Over Bracket Pt. 4: Death, Taxes and Honey Bar-b-que

We're on to the Elite Eight of The Great Wings Over Bracket, and man was the Sweet Sixteen ever a battle.

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