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Day: May 5, 2016

Insurance Company Claims Paterno Knew About Sandusky Abuse in 1976

An insurance company attempting to avoid paying out Penn State's settlements for Jerry Sandusky victims claims that Joe Paterno knew about Sandusky's abuse as early as 1976, according to a court ruling issued today.

Men’s Lacrosse Falls 16-9 To Maryland In A Season Ender

Fourth-seeded men's lacrosse suffered a season ending loss from No. 1 seed Maryland in the Big Ten semi-final on the road.

Alumni Association Leadership Asks Administration To Honor Paterno By September

The Alumni Association's leadership is calling on Penn State's administration to finally honor Joe Paterno.

Sandusky Granted Hearing to Prove Claims

Jerry Sandusky was granted a hearing to prove allegations central to his arguments for a new trial.

Trustees Recommend Sale Of Alcohol At Athletics Facilities for Concerts

The BOT Committee passed a motion to recommend the sale of alcohol at the Penn State golf course, athletic events in suites and other controlled areas, and other non intercollegiate athletic events like concerts to be presented in front of a full board.

Penn State Board Of Trustees Discusses Admission Numbers, Future CAPS Initiatives

The first session from this morning's Board of Trustees meeting covered a range of topics including CAPS, admissions, and LionPath.

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