Day: November 19, 2015
The 2016 Homecoming football game is still more than 300 days away, but the folks who help make the week happen are now in place.
The litigation to get the documents that shaped Louis Freeh’s much maligned report into the hands of Penn State’s alumni trustees appears to now be over. While the Board was meeting in committee today at the Penn Stater, a Centre County judge ruled against Penn State and granted the request of seven alumni trustees to have access to all the Freeh report source files.
The Committee on Finance, Buisiness, and Capital Planning endorsed the second phase of renovations to the Lasch Football Building. The Board of Trustees will vote on the upgrades at their full board meeting on Friday.
The university’s risk management team determined any “free time only” trips to New York City or Washington DC must be cancelled through the end of the fall semester due to safety concerns.
The Lion Ambassadors are taking their football tradition to other sports’ student sections.
The Student Programming Association (SPA) announced equal rights activist Sandra Fluke will speak as part of its Distinguished Speaker Series on Wednesday, December 5 in Alumni Hall at 8 p.m.
The Board of Trustee’s Committee on Finance, Business, and Capital Planning was supposed to vote on spending $7.5 million to install turnstiles at campus recreational facilities on Thursday, but instead it tabled a decision until February.