For the first time in what feels like forever, football fans have something to look forward to.
Barron said the university doesn't plan on further furloughs or layoffs through at least June 30, but said similar actions may need to be taken in the future.
Plans won't be finalized until approved by the Board of Trustees in July.
A spokesperson from the university said more permanent signage is being created and will be installed at a later date, but urged visitors to follow Gov. Tom Wolf's stay-at-home order and not visit the shrine.
We spoke with the new student body president Zach McKay, and heard from him speak on some of plans for the university, as well as his favorite Creamery flavor.
Eight new recruits joined the Nittany Lions during the 2020 recruiting cycle.