Month: November 2016

Penn State Professor Charged With Forgery After Using Cancer Research Money On Unauthorized Purchases

A Penn State professor who used $2,265.23 allotted for conducting cancer research for the College of Medicine on unauthorized purchases was charged with forgery.

College Football Playoff Selection Committee Misses The Mark With Latest Ranking

The latest College Football Playoff rankings kept Penn State at No. 7 — two spots behind Michigan. The Wolverines won’t be vying for a conference championship, but does this ranking foreshadow what’s to come?

Know Your Enemy: No. 7 Penn State vs. No. 20 Michigan

Set your phone background, whip out your best ugly Christmas sweater, and get ready for Bucci. No. 7 Penn State starts its series with No. 20 Michigan tomorrow.

By The Numbers: Penn State As A Second Half Team

It’s no secret that Penn State has been a second half team this season. We took a look at the numbers behind this pattern.

Meet The Club Placing Students At Top Consulting Firms

The Smeal College of Business and its student organizations are notoriously good at preparing students for interviews and internships, but one organization stands out from the crowd – Nittany Consultant Group (NCG). It serves as a group for students to share their consulting experiences, ask questions about the field, and to learn more about the skills necessary to […]

Bo Nickal Off To Perhaps The Best Start In Program History

Bo Nickal’s 6-0 start to 2016 with six pins marks a feat that no other Penn State grappler has accomplished although quite a few Nittany Lion greats have come close.

Kickoff Coverage The Face Of Improvement For The Lions

Sometimes it’s the little things that make the biggest difference. For the Lions, the little things fostered discipline.

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