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Day: March 5, 2015

Judge Issues Temporary Stay In Spanier, Curley, Schultz Trials

The long-awaited criminal trial for Graham Spanier, Tim Curley, and Gary Schultz will have to wait even longer.

DOTD: Penn State Basketball Can’t Catch A Break

It's not easy being a Penn State basketball fan. A six-game losing streak, 3-15 Big Ten record, countless heartbreaking losses, and the fact that we're losing our best player next year have made it a tough trek for the team's dwindling number of supporters. Penn State basketball fell victim to its all-too-common tough luck twice in a Senior Night game against Ohio State on Wednesday.

Have No Fear, Spring Is (Finally) Here

This winter, like all typical Penn State winters, has been painful and seemingly unending. But the worst is behind us, and there's nothing but blue skies and sunshine ahead.

New Leaf To Host ‘Seed School’ Training Workshops

Our friends over at New Leaf Initiative have a cool new series of workshops to help members of our community "learn the skills you most need to do the work you want." Called "Seed School," the workshops are broken down into four theme weeks: Connect, Thrive, Design, and Launch.

Spring Break Photo Contest: Submit Your Photos Flaunting PSU Pride

Whether you’re working an outfit that’s head-to-toe blue and white in Florida, or you're waving around a Penn State flag somewhere abroad, we want to see it! Send us your best spring break photos showing off Penn State pride. We’ll take note of the most epic pictures and post them here for all to see.

Lady Lions End Season With 68-63 Tournament Loss To Indiana

The Lady Lions 2014-15 season likely came to a merciful end last night with a 68-63 loss at Indiana in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament.

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