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State College Approves Traffic Changes For Apartment Move-In

The borough will implement changes in August to control traffic and limit coronavirus spread.


State College Considering Ordinance To Enforce Coronavirus Mitigation Efforts

"I think this past weekend was a dress rehearsal for the fall, and it went poorly. If it was a dress rehearsal, my question is will the play be closed before the curtain even goes up?"


Beta Theta Pi Chapter’s Federal Lawsuit Against Penn State Dismissed

The chapter originally claimed Penn State violated its federal rights to due process and engaged in conspiracy and fraud. The lawsuit sought unspecified damages.


Arts Fest To Launch Virtual Events Beginning July 8

Virtual Arts Fest programming will take place online from July 8 to July 12.


Centre County DA Pledges Aggressive Prosecution of ‘Zoom Bombing’ Cases

Centre County District Attorney Bernie Cantorna said on Tuesday that his office "will be aggressively prosecuting" cases of "Zoom bombing," a form of online harassment that has grown amid the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.


Penn State Urges Students Not To Return To State College

Penn State encourages students to remain at home amid stay-at-home orders in more than 30 Pennsylvania counties.

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