Day: November 5, 2018


Devon & Leah Still Named Honorary Captains For THON Football Game

The Stills have appeared multiple times at THON's annual 46-hour no sitting, no sleeping dance marathon, telling their story and reminding volunteers why the philanthropic work THON does is so important.


Lady Lions Cancel Rene Portland Commemoration

Penn State Athletics said the change in plans came after its officials and university officials rethought the event, as the former coach's "personal views toward the LGBTQ community were wholly and starkly inconsistent with Penn State values."


Penn State Women’s Soccer To Host Bowling Green In NCAA Tournament Opener

The Nittany Lions have never played Bowling Green before, but will host the Falcons Friday at 6 p.m. at Jeffrey Field.


Penn State Field Hockey Draws Ivy League Section In NCAA Tournament

Penn State will face Harvard -- the Ivy League champions -- at 2:30 p.m. on Friday. The winner takes on either Princeton or Virginia on Sunday.


Gameday Observations: Michigan

I don't think anyone wants to talk about what happened on the field this weekend, so let's get right to what happened off the field in Ann Arbor.


Penn State Case Included In ABC News Report On Connection Between Trump’s Rhetoric And Hate Crimes

The case involved a Penn State student who was charged with ethnic intimidation after following another student of Indian decent home to Nittany Apartments, asking him if he was "going to rape a girl," and threatening, “don’t make me put a bullet in your chest."

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