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Day: September 14, 2017


No. 8 Penn State Women’s Soccer Opens Big Ten Play With 3-0 Win Over Northwestern

The Wildcats couldn't deal with the Nittany Lions' attack, which controlled possession and registered 17 shots.


Board Of Trustees Strips Gary Schultz Name From Child Care Center

The center was originally dedicated to Schultz on September 23, 2011 -- just six weeks before Schultz was charged for mishandling a report about Jerry Sandusky's sexual misconduct.


Student Hockey Tickets Sell Out In Two Minutes

It took all of two minutes and 12 seconds for Penn State to break its record for quickest student ticket sell out.


Community Content: Student Body President Katie Jordan Addresses Governor’s Failure To Appoint Student Trustee

"Students deserve the same respect as any other university entity. After all, this University was created to serve its students."


Why Penn State Plays Teams Like Georgia State

For the next couple years, the Nittany Lions, much like the rest of the Big Ten, will have the same formula to their schedule -- one matchup with a Power Five school and a pair of games with the lower tier of FBS (if the fans are even that lucky).


State College Ranked Livability’s Third Best College Town In America

State College’s many restaurants, employers, and startup incubators all helped it qualify as one of the most successful college towns in the country.

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