Day: November 7, 2017

Lafer, Murphy, Myers Elected To State College Borough Council

All three were elected to serve four-year terms on council. They defeated Republican candidates Lynn Herman and Richard Fitzgerald.

Don Hahn To Serve As Next State College Mayor

Hahn defeated Republican nominee Michael Black and independent candidate Ron Madrid to win the post.

Penn State Plummets In CFP Poll; Falls To No. 14

Penn State’s College Football Playoff hopes have gone up in smoke with last weekend’s loss to Michigan State in East Lansing. The Nittany Lions checked in at No. 14 in this week’s CFP Poll.

Penn State Revokes Delta Tau Delta’s Recognition

DTD is the tenth Penn State fraternity currently suspended; 39 chapters remain recognized by the university, according to the directory released via the university’s new Greek Life Score Cards.

Penn State Completes 32 Beta Theta Pi Student Conduct Investigations

Because of student privacy guidelines, it’s unclear how many of the legal cases against former fraternity brothers overlap with the student conduct cases outlined above.

Breaking Down Men’s Hockey Forward Andrew Sturtz’s Program-Record 46 Goals

Of the Buffalo native’s 46 goals, sixteen have come in special teams situations, while six ended up being game-winners.

The Magic Man Wants To Call You On Christmas Morning

He’s making a list and checking it twice.

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