Day: December 15, 2015
The Board of Trustees met Tuesday via teleconference to discuss and eventually approve $100 million in capital expenses at the Penn State Brandywine and Abington campuses. The projects — a residence hall at each campus and a new student union building/dining hall at Brandywine — were tabled at the full board meeting in November at the request of Governor Tom Wolf and his representatives.
A section of Curtin Road east of Allen Road and opposite Paterno Library is expected to be closed until Thursday, Dec. 17 due to a water line break.
Bryan Sharkey is an indie alternative rock musician in the style of Mumford and Sons or Death Cab for Cutie. He is a Junior at Penn State, studying marketing, but he says his goal right now is to pursue music as a profession.
Penn State players were honored for their accomplishments throughout the 2015 campaign both on the field and off during the annual Nittany Lion Football Banquet held at the Penn Stater Sunday Night.
Sandy Barbour and Eric Barron will appear on WPSU-TV’s “Higher Education In Focus” on Dec. 17 at 8 p.m. to discuss the athletics facilities master plan.
Penn State and Fordham beat Army in 2015 in different fashions. We compared and contrasted a Joe Moorhead-led offense with what the Nittany Lions had to offer.