Day: February 9, 2018

Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board Rules Penn State Graduate Students Have Union Rights

“We’re ecstatic that the PLRB has ordered an election,” Katie Warczak, the media officer for the Coalition of Graduate Employees, said in a press release. “We’re looking forward to exercising our right to vote, and we’re confident that it’s a vote we’ll win.”

Saquon Barkley Signs Endorsement Deal With Nike

Barkley becomes the first draft-eligible player of this year’s class to put pen to paper on an endorsement deal.

Live Bird Stolen From Nittany Mall Pet Store

The bird was stolen on Tuesday, February 6 at approximately noon, according to the police department.

Former Beta Theta Pi Advisor Tim Bream Resigning From Position As Penn State Football Trainer

Bream worked as the director of athletic training services and head football athletic trainer for the university. He also lived at the Beta Theta Pi fraternity as an advisor, but university officials have stressed he was there as an alumnus of the fraternity and not in his official capacity as a university employee.

Penn State Dining Hosts Student Chef Challenge For Culinary Apprentices

Five teams will compete in the the final round on March 29 on the main floor of Redifer Commons, where students will be able to watch from start to finish. 

Penn State Men’s Soccer Officially Signs First Two Recruits Of Jeff Cook Era

Left back Anthony Harding and forward Jeremy Rafanello officially signed their letters of intent Thursday and are set to join Jeff Cook’s program next season.

Penn State Football’s 2018 Recruiting Class And Its Blue-Chip Ratio

With an elite recruiting class headed to Happy Valley, the stars seemed to be aligned for National Championship runs in Happy Valley.

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