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Day: February 2, 2015

Lions Stay Undefeated in Michigan, Shut-Out Spartans 35-0

The Nittany Lions wrapped up their weekend in Michigan on Sunday in East Lancing, shutting out Michigan State 35-0. The team won 10 out of 10 bouts on the way to its tenth victory of the season.

Bob Shoop’s Son Tyler To Walk On At Penn State

Tyler Shoop, the son of Penn State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop, will soon play for his dad's Nittany Lions as a preferred walk-on.

Music Monday: Back in the Thick of Things

We are quite literally in the thick of things. So, this week's Music Monday will help you amp up for the rest of the semester, while also helping you relax a little bit when your life might seem difficult at the moment.

Penn State Football: Parking Changes For ADA Fans And Price Increases Announced

Parking at Beaver Stadium is going to cost just a little more for everyone involved the university officially announced this week. However season ticket prices and Nittany Lion Club donation levels will not change.

Lady Lions Surrender Second Half Lead, Lose to No. 22 Rutgers

Though the Lady Lions found a way to rally from a 9-point halftime deficit to take a late lead, the Scarlet Knights ended the game on a 12-3 run to erase any hope of a comeback.

Sexual Misconduct on Campus is Under the Microscope

Last week, the university announced the release of the Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Task Force report, available here. This effort by the university is a necessary one, and long overdue, considering the scope of the problem of sexual assault on college campuses. This issue matters at Penn State, because chances are that at least one person in your class has experienced sexual violence. How many of us have had a friend tell us they’ve been assaulted? How many of us have been harassed or assaulted ourselves? How many of us are confident that we know what harassment and assault looks like, or when to report it?

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