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Second Mile CEO Issues Statement after Patriot-News Report on Sandusky

Jack Raykovitz, the president and CEO of The Second Mile, issued a three-paragraph written statement Thursday morning, responding to a news report in the Patriot-News.

Spanier to Head Up BCS Task Force After Fiesta Bowl Scandal

It’s official. I’m convinced Graham Spanier is a superhero fighting for “truth, justice, and the Penn State way.” In between battling budget cuts, overseeing our massive university, and jammin’ on his washboard, G-Span has managed to find time to head up the task force responsible for determining the future of the Fiesta Bowl.

School of Music to Deliver Powerful Epic

Those looking to get a little more cultural sophistication in between the bass-driven live music phenomena of rap superstars gracing State College this spring need look no further. Classical music lovers are being treated to Verdi's Requiem on Sunday.

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What the Governor’s Budget Could Mean for Ag and Extension

The potential cuts in Governor Tom Corbett’s proposed and hotly contested budget for Penn State would affect the agricultural research and cooperative extension in huge ways.

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Four Penn State Athletes Charged In State Patty’s Day Fight

Two football players and two basketball players were charged with disorderly conduct stemming with a State Patty's Day fight State College police announced on Wednesday. Football players Curtis Drake and Derrick Thomas and basketball players Taran Buie and Tre Bowman were all charged in association with the altercation which took place in Cedarbrook Apartments on the evening of February 28th.

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