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Day: March 2, 2018


Reported Crime Down On State Patty’s, But Arrests And Citations Rise 20 Percent

"An extraordinary amount of time and money has been devoted to trying to put an end to this nonsensical event," State College police chief John Gardner said.


University Libraries Launches Creative Writing Platform, Short Story Competition

Anyone with an active Penn State e-mail address can post, like, comment on, and vote on works of original fiction on the new short stories website.


Penn State Softball Adds Member To The Family With Help From Team IMPACT

The Nittany Lions announced that Aunnah Nagel, a 14-year-old battling neurofibromatosis, will be part of the squad through Team IMPACT, a national nonprofit that connects children facing serious or chronic illnesses with college athletic teams.


Penn State Wrestling’s Floors And Ceilings At The Big Ten Championships

Here's a breakdown of all the things that COULD happen at the Big Ten Championships.


Penn State Hockey Happy With New Big Ten Tournament Format

"I support this format 100 percent. Some of the best, most exciting hockey will happen in the playoffs, and it will be great to show our local communities that hockey."


Josh Reaves Opens Up About His Suspension

"I felt like I let a lot of people down, and I hate disappointing people."

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