Day: March 15, 2018


Lady Lions Lose To Radford 63-62 In First Round Of WNIT

Despite 16 points from Amari Carter and 14 from Teniya Page, Penn State couldn't hold on against Radford as its WNIT dreams are dashed.

Penn State Wrestling Goes 9-0 In Session Two, Advances All Qualifiers

The Nittany Lions were 7-0 in the championship bracket and won both of their consolation bouts, bringing their team total to 28.5 points.


Disciplinary Hearing Scheduled For Former Penn State General Counsel Baldwin

Former Penn State general counsel Cynthia Baldwin faces a hearing before the Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board in May over her handling of testimony by former university administrators during the Jerry Sandusky investigation.


Some Assault, Manslaughter Charges Dropped in Beta Theta Pi Case

The Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office has dropped felony aggravated assault charges and some involuntary manslaughter charges against eight former members of Beta Theta Pi fraternity in connection with the death of Timothy Piazza.


Penn State Wrestling Rebounds From Poor Start At NCAA Championships To Advance Seven Wrestlers

The team's 7-2 performance Thursday afternoon totaled 16.0 points for Penn State, which sits in third-place in the team race.


UPUA Passes Seven Pieces Of Legislation In Penultimate 12th Assembly Meeting

Provost Nick Jones kicked off the meeting with a discussion of the university budget, noting that at Penn State, he's ultimately responsible for the budget as the university's chief academic officer. This isn't the case at all institutions, but should signal Penn State's commitment to educating.

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