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Day: March 30, 2015

Paterno Estate, NCAA Both Come Out On Top In Judge’s Ruling

Potter County Senior Judge John Leete issued a ruling Monday that represents a victory and a defeat for both sides of the ongoing Paterno-NCAA lawsuit.

Tim Frazier To Sign With Portland Trailblazers For Remainder Of Season

Penn State's own Tim Frazier is going back to the NBA, swapping the City of Brotherly Love for Rip City. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Trailblazers will pick up Frazier, who was waived by the Philadelphia 76ers in order to clear up a roster spot for the recently acquired Thomas Robinson on Feb. 24.

HackPSU Spawns Phone-Tracking Flying Robots And More In Just 24 Hours

One would think that it takes an extensive amount of time to build a mobile application or a robot that searches for your electronic devices. From hardware to software, students from Penn State and elsewhere gathered on campus this weekend for HackPSU, a 24-hour hacking marathon. Hundreds participated in the marathon, developing ideas and using computer coding in order to create a finished product in just one short day. In the end, one team stood out above all the others, and it may have come as a surprise.

[Video] Distraction Of The Day: Dan Craig’s Goal No. 7 In SportsCenter’s Top 10 Plays

Though the Nittany Lions came up just short in a 10-8 loss to No. 16 Ohio State, Dan Craig scored a highlight reel goal during the program's first nationally televised home game on ESPNU.

Ken Burns Documentary Featuring Emily Whitehead Airs This Week

The documentary will begin airing tonight at 9 p.m. on WPSU or your local PBS station. The documentary is based on and named after the Pulitzer Prize-winning book Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies by Siddhartha Mukherjee.

Blue-White Game Countdown / 19 Days: Cue The Music, ‘Hey, It’s Franklin’

James Franklin and about thirty dozen of his closest friends got together in Holuba Hall on Saturday morning. It was Practice Five of Penn State’s 2015 spring football season. But Job One for Franklin was about a half-dozen things. All were part of Penn State football. And Franklin was in the middle of them all -- equal parts CEO, coach, recruiter, cheerleader, spokesman, and even manager.

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