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Day: February 14, 2017

Penn State Men’s Basketball Starts Slow, Can’t Catch Up To Cornhuskers In 82-66 Road Loss

Penn State struggled to get it going early on the court in Lincoln on Tuesday night and weren't able to recover as it was handled easily by Nebraska 82-66. This was the Nittany Lions' sixth conference road loss out of the eight that they’ve played on the 2016-17 slate.

Lady Lions Continue Win Streak With 80-62 Victory Over Illinois

Penn State defeated Illinois 80-62 behind 15 points from redshirt junior Lindsey Spann off the bench for its fourth-straight win and second-consecutive road victory after opening the Big Ten slate 0-5 away from the Bryce Jordan Center.

Denis Smirnov, Nate Sucese Earn Top Two Big Ten Stars

Penn State's freshman duo scored weekly Big Ten honors Tuesday after helping the Nittany Lions to a series sweep at Wisconsin.

Marijuana Possession Ordinance Extended To Paraphernalia

The State College Borough Council approved unanimously to revise Ordinance 2078 at its meeting last night, adding paraphernalia to the marijuana ordinance thus making possession of such only a summary offense.

Lady Lions’ Sierra Moore Fights Back From ACL Tear To Play Senior Season

Now a fifth-year senior that's experienced just about everything in her college career, guard Sierra Moore battled her way through a transfer and ACL surgery to make an impact for Penn State this season.

New Women’s Studies Course Explores ‘Bad Mothers’ In Entertainment And Literature

Penn State introduced a new women's studies course titled "Bad Mothers," and the class takes a closer look at the recurring theme of bad and absent mothers in the media.

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