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Day: July 16, 2019


Lift For Life 2019 Raises $56,018 For Uplifting Athletes

Penn State's chapter of Uplifting Athletes has now raised $1,386,780.22 since it was created in 2003.

Sandusky Scandal

Penn State, The Second Mile Still Battling in Court

The university appeared to have reached a civil settlement with Jerry Sandusky's now-defunct charity, The Second Mile, earlier this year, but according to recent filings that deal was never finished and both parties are back in court.


Man Caught With Loaded Gun At University Park Airport

The incident had no impact on airport operations, and this was the first gun caught at University Park Airport's TSA checkpoint this year.


Penn State Hockey’s Evan Barratt Won’t Skate At Chicago Blackhawks’ Development Camp Following Offseason Hip Surgery

Barratt started skating on his own a couple weeks ago, but he won't participate in any on-ice drills at the Blackhawks' development camp after undergoing right hip surgery in April.


Borough Council Discusses Further Action Following Shooting Death Of Osaze Osagie

Borough Council and community members discussed initiatives focused on addressing racial and mental health issues as well as police department policy in State College Monday.

Penn State

Eric Barron Third Highest-Paid Public University Leader

Eric Barron's $1.8-million salary makes him the highest-paid public university leader in the Big Ten.

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