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Day: December 3, 2015

University Police Chief Tyrone Parham To Assume New Role At UMass Amherst

After 26 years of service with the Penn State police department, Police Chief Tyrone Parham will assume a new role with the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Sandy Barbour Named No. 11 On Forbes’ List Of Most Powerful Women In Sports

Barbour beat out some very notable names including former Condoleezza Rice, Maria Sharapova, and Danica Patrick.

Movin’ On Celebrates New Logo With Relaunch Party In HUB

Movin' On will celebrate the unveiling of its brand new logo during its Relaunch Party, held in the HUB today until 2 p.m.

Watch James Franklin Have The Most Fun Recruiting Visit Ever With Shane Simmons

James Franklin and Charles Huff capped off a successful weekend of home visits with an exciting entrance to Shane Simmons' home.

Penn State And UPUA Are Making Parking Somewhat Bearable For Finals

Penn State Transportation Services and UPUA are extending student parking hours for the last week of classes and during finals week.

Black Lives Still Matter Creates Discussion In Foster Auditorium

The Paul Robeson Cultural Center proved that Black Lives Still Matter last night. In their event of the same name, activists and police officers spoke about the impact of the Black Lives Matter movement.

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