Month: June 2017

Ontario Festival To Honor Karoondinha Tickets

A second music festival is offering Karoondinha ticket holders an opportunity to exchange their tickets.

Medical Marijuana Dispensary Approved For State College

Pennsylvania’s Department of Health announced the 27 businesses, accounting for 52 locations, that will have dispensary permits allowing them to sell medical marijuana products. State College’s PA Health and Wellness LLC was listed as Centre County’s dispensary.

Penn State Graduate Shawn Morelli Secures ESPYs Nomination

Morelli earned an ESPYs nomination for Best Female Athlete with a Disability after taking home two gold medals at the 2016 Rio Paralympics in cycling.

A Look Back At Rene Portland’s ‘No-Lesbian’ Lady Lions

Portland’s 27-year tenure at Penn State encompassed seven conference championships, eight conference tournament titles, and numerous NCAA tournament appearances. However, despite the accolades and extraordinary stats, her coaching career is hindered by an alleged shadow of hate.

Penn State Football Season Ticket Sales Continue To Rise Following Big Ten Championship Season

As of Wednesday, Penn State has more than 8,400 new season — up from 3,700 at the end of June in 2016. In February, Penn State reported a strong renewal rate of nearly 92% and counting.

Actors Cast to Play Sue, Scott Paterno in HBO Movie

According to a report from Deadline, the roles of Sue and Scott Paterno have been cast in HBO’s upcoming movie about Joe Paterno, which stars Al Pacino as the late Penn State football coach.

Barron Ranked Among Highest-Paid University Presidents

Penn State President Eric Barron ranked the sixth highest paid university president based on the $1,039,717 he reportedly earned from the 2015-2016 school year.

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