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Day: September 15, 2017


No. 2 Penn State Women’s Volleyball Downs Yale In Straight Sets

An all-around team effort paced Penn State to victory over Yale Friday night. Five Nittany Lions tallied at least four kills in the sweep.


No. 2 Penn State Field Hockey Shuts Out Iowa 3-0 In Big Ten Opener

The Nittany Lions improved to 7-0 on the season Friday afternoon thanks to an impressive win over No. 19 Iowa.


Jeffrey Sandusky Pleads Guilty To Child Sexual Abuse

The 41-year-old adopted son of Jerry Sandusky pleaded guilty to 14 counts of child sexual abuse against two minors one week before his trial was scheduled for.


Huber, Silvis Granted Trustee Emeritus Status

Trustees emeriti give advice to the Board of Trustees and are invited to attend all activities and public meetings of the board.


‘No Promises’ But Cheat Codes Announced A Tour Stop In State College For Homecoming Week

Homecoming hasn't officially announced the concert, but the Homecoming website shows "Homecoming Concert" slated on its events schedule for Sunday, November 5. Coincidence? We think not.


Penn State Says Student Does Not Have Facts To Back Up Claims In Gender Bias Suit

Penn State filed a brief in court on Thursday to dismiss the Board of Trustees and individual defendants from a gender bias suit that accuses the university of favoring women when investigating sexual misconduct allegations.

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