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Day: April 20, 2015

Alumni Trustees Take Legal Action In Bid To Obtain Freeh Material

When a group of seven alumni-elected trustees threatened legal action if the university didn't provide source material from the Freeh Report, they weren't bluffing. Just three days after the university rejected the trustees' latest attempt to obtain privileged material from the Freeh Report, the group filed a petition in the Centre County court on Monay afternoon in an effort to compel the university to provide the requested documents.

Steve Spurrier On Joe Paterno: ‘I Think He Got A Bad Deal’

Add Steve Spurrier to the list of famous college football coaches to support Joe Paterno. In an interview with The State, a Columbia, S.C. newspaper, Spurrier reflected on his upcoming 70th birthday, and weighed in on the legacy of Penn State's longtime coach.

‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’ Stars To Perform At BJC In September

Welcome to "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" -- the show where everything's made up, the points don't matter, and Penn State is the stage.

Men’s Lacrosse Defeats Rutgers 11-6 For First Big Ten Win

Behind a five-point performance from Pat Manley, men's lacrosse defeated Rutgers 11-6 on Sunday evening for its first Big Ten win in program history.

Distraction Of The Day: Check Out Taylor Skerpon’s Web Gem

Though Minnesota finished off its sweep of Penn State Baseball on Sunday afternoon, at least one Nittany Lion had something to be excited about after the game.

Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk Comes To State College

The AFSP will bring its efforts to State College on April 26 for the Out of the Darkness Community Walk. The Community Walk, which is one of 360 that will occur nationwide this year, helps to educate teens about mental disorders, raise awareness about research, and promote programs for survivors of suicide.

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