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Day: November 9, 2018


THON Cancels Fundraising Requiring Out-Of-Town Travel For Remainder Of 2019 Campaign

Safety issues with students traveling was the reason behind the cancellation of these fundraising activities -- with THON reporting three different car accidents in the past month involving student volunteers on fundraising trips.


Penn State Added $7.5 Million To Sandusky Scandal Costs In 2017-18

Six years after Jerry Sandusky was convicted on child sexual abuse charges, Penn State is still paying out millions of dollars in settlements and other expenses related to the case.


Previewing The Enemy: No. 1 Penn State Wrestling vs. No. 24 Kent State

Penn State wrestling will have no issues with Kent State. Expect a flurry of falls that will get a wrestling-starved Rec Hall crowd on its feet.


Know Your Enemy: No. 8 Penn State Hockey vs. Robert Morris

Penn State hockey will face Robert Morris' decent defense and mediocre offense during the team's annual home-and-home series this weekend.


Former NSA Director To Visit Penn State For Cybersecurity Talk

Retired Navy Admiral Michael S. Rogers will speak with students and faculty next week as a guest of the Center for Security Research and Education


KJ Hamler Selected As Hornung Award Finalist

Hamler is one of five finalists for the award given to college football's most versatile player.

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