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Day: January 21, 2016

Penn State Men’s Basketball Falls To Wisconsin 66-60 Despite Late Push

Despite a last-minute fight to erase Wisconsin's substantial lead, Penn State could not get past Nigel Hayes and the resilient Badgers in a 66-60 defeat.

UPDATE: Penn’s Kenny Jones Fired for Misrepresentations Uncovered During Penn State Speech

Dr. Kenneth L. Jones addressed problems in Greek Life to Panhellenic women on Wednesday evening.

Remembering 51 Years Since Martin Luther King Jr. Spoke At Penn State

Martin Luther King Jr. spoke to an estimated crowd of 8,000 people in Rec Hall on January 21, 1965. Silently, they all listened to the Reverend speak about the past of the Civil Rights movement and the future that lay ahead.

Freshman Athletes Leading The Way For Penn State’s Winter Sports

Generally, freshmen coming into a B1G school to play a sport don't anticipate much playing time. This winter, however, many teams have benefited from their freshmen rising to the occasion and performing well.

10 Questions With New Blue Band President Doug Uhazie

Meet the new Blue Band President Doug Uhazie, a senior for whom Blue Band runs deep in the family.

From Good To Great: Brandon Taylor’s Story Of Growth And Determination

Penn State men's basketball keeps a list of student-athletes who not only stood out as stars on the court, but helped lead by example off of it. Names like Talor Battle, Tim Frazier, and D.J. Newbill grace this distinguished list of program legends. But nowadays, the list features a name not many would've expected four years ago -- Brandon Taylor.

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