Day: August 21, 2017

Cornerback TJ Johnson Granted Transfer Release By Penn State

Having sat out his true freshman season in 2016, his only appearance on the field at Beaver Stadium came in the Blue-White Game where he was one of the top producers on the defensive end — picking off a pass and recording five total tackles.

Penn State Ranked No. 6 In Preseason AP Top 25

The Nittany Lions reached their highest preseason ranking since 1999 on Monday when the AP released its first Top 25 of the 2017 season.

IFC Releases Statement On New Greek Reform Details

“We continue to look forward to working with the University to better our community, especially as our leadership is serving on Greek life response team advisory committee.”

Penn State Basketball Student Tickets On Sale Tuesday

The tickets cost $35 and include 13 of the 18 games on the slate for the Nittany Lions. Games during the Thanksgiving and winter breaks (Oral Roberts, Binghamton, Rider, Coppin State, and Northwestern) are not included.

‘Neighborhood Enforcement Alcohol Team’ To Relaunch As Part Of Greek Monitoring

NEAT, organized by the Penn State and State College police departments, puts officers together in pairs to patrol on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, focusing on alcohol, noise, and other disorderly conduct incidents.

University Announces Greek Tax Will Cost IFC & Panhel Members $90 Per Semester

Multicultural Greek Council and National Pan-Hellenic Council members will only be required to pay $30 per semester.

Penn State Hiring Eight Full-Time Staffers To Monitor Greek Life

The university expects Greek organizations to allow these spot-checkers to enter any and all common areas in chapter houses.

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