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Day: May 2, 2019


Penn State Men’s Lacrosse Beats Rutgers 18-6 In Big Ten Tournament Semi Final

The Nittany Lions dominated Rutgers by a score of 18-6 for their first Big Ten Tournament win.


Bryan Culler To Be Appointed Next Student-Selected Trustee

Bryan Culler will be the next student-selected trustee to replace Mike Hoeschele, pending confirmation at tomorrow's full Board of Trustees meeting at the Penn Stater.


Nittany Lions Named To United States Women’s World Cup Team

Goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher and defender Ali Krieger were named to the team’s 23-player World Cup roster trying to defend its title in France this June.


Stepping Out Of My Comfort Zone: Matt Fox’s Senior Column

"Stepping out of your comfort zone is the one of the hardest things anybody can do. But when you're able to take the leap and make yourself do it, some of the most amazing things in your life can happen."


World Campus Forms Student Government Association

“Having the World Campus Student Government Association advocating on their behalf will bring students' ideas and concerns to the forefront of those who can help make Penn State a better academic institution for all.”


Old Main Bell Tower Restoration Set To Begin Monday

The project, which is part of a multi-phase maintenance project on Old Main, is supposed to be finished sometime this fall, depending on weather conditions.

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