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Day: December 2, 2015

Shep Garner Leads Nittany Lions To 67-58 Road Victory Over Boston College

Shep Garner scored a career-high 30 points as he led Penn State and the Big Ten to a 67-58 road victory over Boston College in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.

Penn State Appoints Paul Apicella As Title IX Coordinator

Penn State appointed Paul Apicella as the Title IX Coordinator, a position that was created in acceptance of the Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Task Force's 18 recommendations.

Carl Nassib Named Finalist For Lott IMPACT Trophy

The Lott IMPACT Trophy is given to the college football player who best represents the qualities of integrity, maturity, performance, academics, community, and tenacity.

TaxSlayer Bowl President Hints At Penn State Invitation In Video

The TaxSlayer Bowl president said that Penn State is under consideration to be chosen for the bowl game.

(VIDEO): Student-Programmed Robot Leads ‘We Are!’ Chant

From studying with students to leading a “We Are!” chant, it seems that there isn’t much this robot can’t do. Nao, a robot brought to life by Penn State Information Sciences and Technology, showcased its skills on Nov. 21 at a tailgating event with President Eric Barron.

Payton Banks Thrives In Newly Appointed Starting Role

"He can do a little bit of everything. He can shoot, drive, big -- 6-foot-6, he can rebound, he can defend really well," Shep Garner said. "He’s a big part of our team. We love Payton."

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