Day: January 14, 2015

Judge Rules Cynthia Baldwin Acted Properly in Defense of Curley, Spanier, Schultz

The Commonwealth's case against Graham Spanier, Tim Curley, and Gary Schultz had its first major filing in months today, as Judge Todd Hoover denied the trio's request to dismiss their charges, ruling that then-attorney Cynthia Baldwin gave proper legal counsel during the men's grand jury testimony.

Additional Security Planned Again For Board of Trustees Meeting

For its second straight meeting, the Board of Trustees will have airport-like security for those wishing to attend the sure-to-be brouhaha after trustees again received threats related to the meeting.

Deion Barnes Becomes Fourth Nittany Lion to Enter 2015 Senior Bowl

Redshirt junior defensive end Deion Barnes will play in the 2015 Senior Bowl, joining fellow Nittany Lions Adrian Amos, Mike Hull, and Donovan Smith for the postseason college football all-star game in Mobile, Alabama on Jan. 24.

Princeton’s Anne Langley Appointed Associate Dean for Libraries

Beginning on Aug. 1, Anne Langley will take over as the new Associate Dean for Research, Collections, and Scholarly Communications in Penn State’s University Libraries.

Hackenberg, Zettel Named to’s All-B1G Bowl Team

After record-setting performances in the Pinstripe Bowl, Christian Hackenberg and Anthony Zettel were named to's all-conference bowl team. The Big Ten went 6-5 in postseason play.

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Penn State Football Sets Academic Program Records In Fall Semester

The 2014 fall semester was a record-setting one for the Penn State football team as 51 players -- including 21 true freshmen -- earned GPAs of 3.0 or higher, while 25 players were named to the Dean's List. In total, 57 players recorded cumulative GPAs of at least 3.0, a new program record.

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