As we all know, the weather around these parts needs to be really, really bad for Penn State to cancel class. Such was the case yesterday, but the Ohio State basketball team decided to throw caution to the sleet and rough the Pennsylvania wilderness to make its Wednesday game anyway. Bad move.
The fundraising spirit stayed strong up north one week after THON, where the seventh annual New York City Hope Gala announced a record-breaking total of $175,139 for THON, shattering its $100,000 goal.
In an analogy-driven apology, Keith Olbermann again apologized for his dumb comments about THON last week, announced no donation to THON but listed other donations he's made, and seemed to deflect most of the blame to the pitfalls of Twitter, or what he equated to "batting practice."
Keith Olbermann's pedestal returns to the airwaves today after his one-week suspension (if you've somehow avoided why that suspension is a thing, catch up), and he's giving those who pined for that punishment a reason to tune in.
Only three trustees are running for the three alumni seats in the 2015 BoT election.
Four trustees will discuss the progression of Penn State and the problems facing higher education during a Student Town Hall on Wednesday.
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