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PSU Grads Enjoy Success at Golf Majors

Green, at least during the summertime, envelops State College. The mountains just beyond the roads, Old Main's lawn, the myriad T-shirts leftover from State Patty's Day -- they're all green. Green splashes so much of this town that the greenest and most lush part of the spectrum is likely to go unnoticed, this particular area being an acre or so on the northeastern edge of campus.

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Penn State Trustees Hope Sanctions Reconsidered

Penn State's trustees are on a mission to promote the reforms they have enacted as a result of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal, hoping their record might persuade the NCAA to reconsider its crippling penalties against the university before they are due to expire in 2018.

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Coach O’Brien Bobblehead Gets Top Billing on Spikes Schedule

You know you've hit the big time when they put your face on one of those bobblehead dolls. Penn State's head football coach is definitely a high-profile public figure these days. As a result, the State College Spikes will be giving away Coach O'Brien bobbleheads later this summer.

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Countdown to Blue-White / 10 Days: Year Two Has Had Ups and Downs for Former Penn State Head Coaches

Contrary to how it may have felt, the late Joe Paterno wasn't the only man to call himself head coach of the Penn State football program. As a matter of fact, 10 coaches led the Nittany Lions from 1900 until 1966 when Paterno took over. So as Bill O'Brien gears up for his second year at the helm, how well did his predecessors do in their second year? The game has changed and the stadium is larger, but the history still remains. Here is a look at the second years of the four coaches to call Happy Valley home for 10 or more seasons.

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Penn State Fraternity Member Sentenced to Jail for 2010 Attack

A Penn State fraternity member is sentenced to jail for his role in a vicious assault. The victim had his jaw broken in two places, requiring three operations to repair. The injured man also suffered permanent nerve damage in his face and will need additional surgeries.

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Is This the New Normal? Penn State’s Board of Trustees Electon is Not About a Single Issue

With the election for Penn State’s Board of Trustees just days away, rising temperatures in the rhetoric surrounding the issues and the candidates seems to be nearing the boiling point.
In the meantime, students continue to learn and faculty continues to teach. Scholars continue with their research and outreach. We have national championship sports teams, unparalleled contributions to charities and social issues such as those fighting pediatric cancer, and Penn State students and alumni making a difference across the world in health, business, engineering, science, agriculture and yes, recreation and tourism.

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