Day: January 9, 2018

Student Found Dead In Miller Hall Monday Night

William Denton, 19, a sophomore studying health policy/administration at Penn State, was found dead in his residence hall by university police.

Penn State Hoops Gets Dumped By Indiana 74-70 In Big Ten Road Test

The Nittany Lions dropped to 2-3 in the Big Ten, as they could never quite catch up with the Hoosiers on Tuesday night.

Pi Delta Psi Likely Forced To Disband Following Ruling In Baruch College Hazing Death

The chapter will likely be forced to disband after a judge ruled to ban the fraternity from Pennsylvania for ten years.

Former Governor Tom Corbett Reviews Sandusky Scandal, Decision To Fire Paterno

Tom Corbett still has a few strong opinions on the administration’s decisions as he looks back to the Sandusky scandal. Meanwhile, he continues to do an about-face in regard to his own involvement through the years.

DOTD: Alabama’s Game-Winning Touchdown Against Georgia Might Look Familiar To Penn State Fans

The play that won the National Championship for Alabama against Georgia looked eerily similar to one Coach Paterno used in the 1983 Sugar Bowl against the same opponent to win the 1982 National Championship.

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, The Onion Founder Headline SPA Day

Dikkers will give a lecture at 7 p.m. in Heritage Hall and A Boogie will perform at 9 pm. in Alumni Hall.

Penn State Hockey Announces Ticket Information For New Big Ten Tournament Format

If Guy Gadowsky’s squad finishes as one of the top four seeds in the Big Ten, season ticket holders will only be charged for home playoff games if they secure their seats by February 9.

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