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Phi Kappa Sigma Files Appeal Against Planned High-Rise On Beaver Ave

Phi Kappa Sigma (aka Skulls) is fighting the potential high-rise that would go up in the former location of Canyon Pizza — right next to its house.

Penn State Lacrosse Freshman Earns Multiple Honors After Impressive Debut

Mac O’Keefe scored seven goals in his debut against Robert Morris helping him catch two separate honors this week.

Season Preview: Softball Hopes To Continue Last Year’s Momentum With Younger Lineup

After a breakout season in 2016 that saw the Nittany Lions reach the semifinals of the Big Ten Tournament and just miss out on an NCAA berth, Lehotak has high expectations for her team despite losing five starters from last year’s successful team.

Career Services To Host Spring Career Day At Bryce Jordan Center

Career Services says the event will provide student job-seekers the opportunity to meet with more than 350 employers, survey their options for future career possibilities, and secure interviews with prospective employers.

Penn State To Offer Course Examining The Ethical Impact Of Sports In America

The class will examine “big-time sports” from a critical perspective and will look at how sports are shaping American culture.

The Lady Lions Defeat Minnesota 77-66 For Their Second Consecutive Win

Penn State followed up its impressive road win against Northwestern with another quality performance to take down the Golden Gophers at the Bryce Jordan Center.

Penn State Files For Retrial On Mike McQueary Case

Penn State has asked for a retrial on Mike McQueary’s defamation and misrepresentation case, claiming Judge Thomas Gavin showed bias toward McQueary throughout the trial.