Day: April 6, 2017

Penn State Cornerback John Reid Suffers Knee Injury In Practice

Starting cornerback John Reid could miss the 2017 season after suffering a knee injury. The news was first reported by Lions247.

Board Meets Off-Cycle To Increase What University Can Spend Without Its Approval

Penn State can now spend up to $20 million without seeking BoT approval after a special meeting earlier Thursday.

Lubert, Dambly Condemn Lord’s Remarks, Advise He Step Down From Board

Board of Trustees Chairman Ira Lubert and Vice Chairman Mark Dambly called Al Lord’s remarks about Sandusky victims “offensive and embarrassing” and recommend he step down from his seat on the Board immediately.

Defensive End Shane Simmons Is Earning His Keep During Spring Ball

Defensive end Shane Simmons entered college with plenty of expectations as a five-star recruit. After an impressive winter, he’s ready to translate that weight room success to the field in 2017.

Penn State Lacrosse Goalie Colby Kneese Named National Player Of The Week

Freshman goalie Colby Kneese was named the National Player of the Week by Inside Lacrosse after his 13-save performance against then-No. 5 Ohio State on Sunday.

Keith Morris Named Penn State Police Chief

Allentown’s current Chief of Police Keith Morris will make the move to Penn State to assume the same position, filling the role which has been covered in an interim capacity for the last 16 months.

NRT Presents: ‘The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)’

High school experiences may have left you scarred with tortuous memories of men named Hamlet and “Where art thou Romeo’s,” but NRT’s hilarious rendition of “The Complete Works of William Shakespear (Abridged)” will help heal those scars.

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