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Day: April 20, 2017

Athletics

No. 5 Penn State Women’s Lacrosse Comes Up Short In 16-14 Loss To No. 1 Maryland

Madison Carter's six goals weren't enough for the Nittany Lions as No. 5 Penn State fell 16-14 to No. 1 Maryland in a top-5 showdown at the Penn State Lacrosse Field on Thursday night.

News

Centre County District Attorney Investigating Beta Theta Pi Grand Jury Secrecy Violations

Parks Miller will investigate these potential violations in response to defense attorneys who anonymously spoke to The Philadelphia Inquirer earlier this week and one of the same attorneys who she says described police evidence in an interview on local television the next day.

News

Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity Suspended For At Least Two Years By Penn State

Fraternity Sigma Alpha Mu has been suspended for at least two years after violations that occurred during Parents Weekend.

Football

Nebraska Announced As 2017 Stripe Out Opponent

The Nebraska Cornhuskers were announced as the opponent for the third annual stripe out game on Nov. 18.

Student Life

White Building To Host Fun Fitness Friday

The White Building will host Fun Fitness Friday for the remaining Fridays of the spring semester. Interested students can attend free classes in the White Building from 11:15 a.m. to 12 p.m. with no gym membership required.

Football

Countdown To Blue-White: How Last Year’s Spring Game Stars Fared During The Season

Several players, such as quarterback Trace McSorley, began their 2016 campaigns in the spotlight starting in this game for the Nittany Lions. Others, like Mark Allen and Colin Castagna, haven't had the chance or weren't particularly needed during the Big Ten title run, despite showing well at Blue-White.

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