Day: April 28, 2015

Penn State Maintains Positive Moody’s Rating

Moody’s cited several reasons for the rating, most notably including improved university governance. “[Penn State’s rating] reflects its position as one of the nation’s largest and leading public universities, sustained philanthropic support, modest financial leverage and significantly strengthened governance and management practices,” the report says.

Men’s Volleyball Cleans Up EIVA Postseason Honors

Russell, Curry, Hammond, Goodell, and Pavlik were honored for their accomplishments this season as Penn State went 12-0 in conference play after a shaky start to the season.

Men’s Lacrosse Trio Collects All-Big Ten Honors

Penn State men’s lacrosse earned some All-Big Ten honors Tuesday afternoon in advance of the inaugural Big Ten tournament. TJ Sanders and Mike Sutton were both named All-Big Ten honorable mentions while Kyle Zittel received the team’s Sportsmanship Award.

Two Students Facing Felony Charges After Breaking Into Old Main

Two students were arrested by university police yesterday and charged with burglary, criminal trespassing, and criminal mischief after they were found at Old Main after hours.

James Franklin Goes To Class

Instead of sticking to his normal duties on the football field, Coach Franklin popped by Professor James Tierney’s Economy 104 class yesterday morning to talk to students about Leadership.

Ron Paul And Barney Frank Discuss Role Of Government In Lively Debate

What happens when you put one of the most hardline libertarians in the same room with one of the most fundamentally liberal pundits in political culture? Well, you get a pretty good debate. It was just that Monday evening as Ron Paul and Barney Frank parleyed the role of government in a civil society in Schwab Auditorium in The Great Debate, made possible by the College Republicans and College Democrats.

Students Release New Music Just In Time For Finals Week

Just in time for finals week, rising student musicians and local favorites released some new music for the masses.

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