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Month: March 2016

Penn State History Lessons: The Nittany Lion Mascot

More than fifty people have worn our mascot's costume in its multiple variations. From mule to African lion, our mascot didn't always resemble the one Nittany Lion that we all know and love.

Making The NFL Draft Case For Brandon Johnson

After a stellar Pro Day, once-unheralded running back Brandon Johnson could hear his name called in the 2016 NFL Draft.

Baseball Student Section ‘Cooper’s Town’ Reignites Member Involvement

Cooper's Town, Penn State baseball's student section, is reigniting its member involvement to grow a fan base for the sport and is already one of the fastest growing in the country.

Penn State Ranked One of The Most Fun Colleges By Business Insider

According to Business Insider, Penn State is way more fun than schools like Georgia and Wisconsin. The website ranked Penn State as the eighth most fun college in the nation.

Terry Ford Wins 2016 UPUA Presidency

For the fourth time in five years, UPUA’s vice president took the logical step up to the assembly’s top spot. Terry Ford is officially the president of the UPUA’s Eleventh Assembly along with Vice President and running-mate Katie Jordan.

Appeals Court Upholds Dismissal of Charges Against Curley/Spanier/Schultz

When the most serious charges against former administrators Graham Spanier, Tim Curley, and Gary Schultz were dropped last month after testimony from former General Counsel Cynthia Baldwin was ruled inadmissible, Attorney General Kathleen Kane vowed to appeal the ruling. Today, the Superior Court ruled that it wouldn't reconsider the decision to drop the charges, according to the Associated Press.

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