Day: April 5, 2016

Penn State Withdraws Suspensions In Sexual Misconduct Case, Implements New Procedure

The new student body-wide procedure will allow the accused to observe possible interaction between the complainant and the panel (either recorded and shown later or the accused will be in a different room watching a live video stream) and after add pertinent information to the investigative packet, and to stand before a Title IX decision panel and propose questions to ask of other parties.

State College To Consider Change To Marijuana Law

State College is considering decriminalizing weed.

Projecting Anthony Zettel’s NFL Fit

Though he’s something of a hybrid defensive lineman, there’s a role for Anthony Zettel to play at the NFL level. Take a look at which teams fit him best.

Cumberland Posey Elected To The Naismith Hall Of Fame

Posey has been elected to the Naismith Hall of Fame through the Early African American Pioneers Committee. The Hall of Fame is recognizing him as an “exceptional multisport athlete” and “the greatest African American basketball player of his time.” He’s the first person to be named to both the Basketball and the Baseball Hall of Fames.

‘Swings For Soliders’ Finds A Unique Way To Raise Money For Veterans

The Swings For Soldiers Classic will combine two things most everyone loves — a day on the greens and an opportunity to raise money for veterans and their families.

Penn State To Host Sex Trafficking Awareness Event

“Sex Trafficking: Vulnerabilities and Solutions” plans to foster conversation about how Penn State can combat sex trafficking crimes through the state.

All-Sports Museum To Host ‘Battle Of The Student Sections’

The All-Sports Museum will host a “Battle of the Student Sections” Wednesday. The winning student section will walk away with a trophy and bragging rights.

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