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Month: May 2016

[Live Blog] 2016 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Final Four

Women's lacrosse advanced to the NCAA semi-finals to face North Carolina in Chester, PA.

Final Four Preview: Women’s Lacrosse Hunting Third National Championship

Penn State is hungry for hardware, and its journey to the NCAA National Championship continues on Friday at 5 p.m. in Chester, Pa., with a highly-anticipated Final Four tilt against North Carolina.

Judge Sets Curley, Schultz, Spanier Pre-Trial Deadlines, Trial Likely In 2016

The The Curley/Schultz/Spanier case could go to trial this year after new pre-trial deadlines set by the Dauphin County courts.

Kathleen Bieschke Named Interim Dean For Schreyer Honors College

“Kathy is an experienced administrator, engaged teacher and accomplished researcher, with a long history of service to the College of Education and the University,” Penn State Executive Vice President and Provost Nicholas Jones said in a press release. “I have every confidence she will provide outstanding leadership for the honors college as we move forward through this transition.”

MIT Provides John Urschel With More Than An Education

John Urschel learned lessons he never could've imagined during his time spent training with the MIT football team.

GoFundMe Created For Penn State Legend Wally Triplett

An ESPN '30 for 30' short featured legendary alumnus Wally Triplett yesterday and told the story of his football career at Penn State as well as the story of the 2013 Class Gift, the We Are Statue. Triplett is now 90 years old and battling health issues, and his family is calling on the Penn State community to support him.

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