Day: January 15, 2015

Trustees Lubrano and Dandrea Have Heated Debate on Special Meetings

Board of Trustees members Anthony Lubrano and Rick Dandrea went to battle at Thursday’s Committee on Governance and Long-Range Planning meeting, arguing about the board’s provision to call a special meeting.

NCAA Chair Admits to Not Reading Freeh Report Prior to Sanctioning Penn State

The NCAA received another fatal blow to their credibility today. In court filings obtained by Thursday, Oregon State President and NCAA Chair Ed Ray admitted to not reading the Freeh Report prior to sanctioning Penn State in 2012.

Downtown Bars Will Not Shut Down for State Patty’s Day

Vice President for Student Affairs Damon Sims said the university will not be paying bars to shut down during State Patty's day this year, due to a lack of funding.

Adam Taliaferro Tapped For New Jersey State Legislature

Adam Taliaferro, current alumni-elected trustee and former Penn State football player, has been tapped to fill a vacant seat in the New Jersey State Legislature, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Penn State Communications to Launch “Brand Storybook”

At the Board of Trusee's Committee on Outreach, Development, and Communications Relations meeting today, new Director of Strategic Communications Lawrence Lokman presented the department's newest video campaign, called the "Brand Storybook," set to launch on Feb. 1. The video storytelling campaign will highlight the personal stories and endeavors of Penn Staters.

Trustees OK Lasch Building Renovations

The Board of Trustees' Committee on Finance, Business, and Capital Planning today endorsed a Missouri design team to move forward with a proposed $12 million renovation to the Lasch Football Building.

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