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Day: February 10, 2016

Graham Spanier Files Lawsuits Against Louis Freeh, Penn State

Former Penn State president Graham Spanier officially filed his lawsuit against Louis Freeh for defamation and tortious interference on Wednesday, which came in conjunction with another complaint filed against Penn State for breach of contract.

Football Run-On Tryout Meeting To Be Held Feb. 15

If you think you might be the next Carl Nassib, the football program wants to see you this Monday.

The Biggest Games On The Spring Sports Schedule

As the popular winter sports come to a close, some conference championship-contenders' seasons begin. Here is when and where you can support some deserving Nittany Lion teams.

Overheard On Twitter: Kanye West Calls Out Noted Penn State Alum Mark Parker

In "Facts," Kanye West claims he "just jumped over jumpman," but tonight he made it clear he meant no disrespect to Michael Jordan and all disrespect to Nike CEO and Penn State alumnus Mark Parker.

Penn Staters Hosting The ‘Biggest Group Date Ever’ With Bachelor Contestants Benefitting THON

"I decided to make your Valentine's Day awesome by rounding up my hottest Bachelor guy friends so we can spend Valentine's Day together on 'The Biggest Group Date Eve,'" organizer Maura Carmel said. And it's not too good to be true, it's better in fact because all of the proceeds go to THON.

Russian National Orchestra To Perform At Eisenhower Auditorium On March 3

The Russian National Orchestra will make a stop at Penn State on its 25-year anniversary tour on March 3. Student tickets for the show at Eisenhower Auditorium cost $22 and can be purchased online.

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