Day: May 2, 2016

Jerry Sandusky Returns To Centre County Court Seeking New Trial

Jerry Sandusky was back in Centre County Court Monday as his lawyers made arguments seeking a new trial.

Student Leaders Will Call On Borough Council To Hear Students Out

UPUA President Terry Ford and IFC President Will Quaranta will call on the Borough Council tonight to hold off on going forward with recommended amendments to the Property Maintenance Code until the student body’s voice is heard.

Penn State-Ohio State Set To Clash In Primetime For Whiteout

Penn State and Ohio State will kick off at 8 p.m. for this year’s Whiteout game on October 22.

Scholarship Named In Honor Of Schreyer Dean Christian Brady

The Schreyer Honors College External Board of Advisory honored the college’s dean Christian Brady with a scholarship in his name, which will first be awarded next year.

Community Content: How UHS Handled My Sexual Assault

One student submitted community content about her experience with UHS and how it handled her sexual assault.

Two Nittany Lions Named 2016 Tewaaraton Nominees

The Tewaaraton award recognizes the top performing men’s and women’s lacrosse player of the year. This year, Penn State’s junior attacker Nick Aponte and senior midfielder Madison Cyr were both nominated.

Penn State Baseball Takes One Of Three Against Maryland In Weekend Series

Penn State needed a rebound performance at home as it played host to Big Ten rival Maryland for a three-game series this weekend, but it didn’t go as planned.

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