Month: February 2018

Chief Of Police Clarifies Threat Rumors Wednesday Were Unsubstantiated

Penn State Chief of Police Keith Morris spoke to UPUA Wednesday night about the police department in general and about a “suspicious individual” police investigated earlier in the day.

Teniya Page’s Career High Advances Lady Lions Past Illinois In Big Ten Tournament

Penn State moves on to the second round Thursday, facing off with Michigan.

Student Fee Board Recommends $267 Per Semester Student Fee For 2018-2019

In the second year since its inception, the Student Fee Board has once again voted to increase student fees for the upcoming school year.

Police Locate Suspicious Individual Following Report

After receiving a suspicious report and investigating a person of interest Wednesday afternoon, Penn State Police has identified the individual. 

Cael Sanderson, Jason Nolf Give Mixed Signals About Penn State Wrestling’s Star Competing In Big Ten Championships

Cael Sanderson and Jason Nolf left opponents and the entire wrestling world more confused than ever after Wednesday’s media availability.

Board Of Trustees Alumni Candidates Announced

Four candidates were nominated this year for three open seats on the Board of Trustees. Those up for re-election this year included Rob Tribeck, Ryan McCombie, and Anthony Lubrano.

Lion Shrine’s Ear Repaired By OPP

After just a few days under the weather, the Lion Shrine’s ear has been repaired by Penn State’s Office of the Physical Plant.

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