1,270 Penn State Faculty, Staff Offered Voluntary RetirementPenn State is offering voluntary retirement packages to about 1,270 faculty and non-academic staff members in order to address "budgetary and ongoing workforce challenges."
Penn State Offers Freshman Lower Tuition To Start At Branch CampusMore students than expected accepted offers of admission to main campus for the fall.
Grand Jury Finds No Evidence Of Criminal Wrongdoing In Death Of Penn State University StudentA grand jury investigating the suicide of 18-year-old Marquise Braham has determined there is no evidence to support criminal charges in his death, the Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office announced on Tuesday.
Penn State's Sandusky Settlements Now Total Nearly $93MPenn State settled with six more victims or accusers of Jerry Sandusky, according to a new audit that puts the school's total payout in the child sex abuse scandal at nearly $93 million.
Penn State Adding Dorms To Two Philadelphia-Area CampusesPenn State University has announced plans to add dormitories to the Abington and Brandywine satellite campuses.
PSU Club Uses Technology To Make Prosthetics For KidsThe club is called "DigiDigits."
Penn State President Proposes No In-State Tuition IncreaseThe proposal unveiled Friday still required approval from the university's board of trustees meeting at Penn State's Beaver campus. It would keep annual tuition at about $16,570.
Retired Montco Music Professor Sentenced For Sexting Minor GirlStephen Stace, a retired Penn State-Abington music professor, is headed to prison after pleading guilty to sharing explicit photos with a 16-year-old girl in Spain.
I-TEAM INVESTIGATES: Penn State Fraternity “House Of Horrors”A former fraternity pledge turned whistleblower speaks out about the Penn State hazing scandal.
Whistleblower: Penn State Ignored Frat Abuse ComplaintsThe university says James Vivenzio, who has filed a lawsuit against Penn State, refused to cooperate with the university's investigation of the fraternity hazing.
Penn State Frat Suspended For 3 YearsA school spokeswoman says the university canceled the fraternity's recognition as a campus organization as of Tuesday, and that status will remain until May 2018.
Penn State Social Groups To Be ExaminedThe president of Penn State University says a task force will examine aspects of fraternity and sorority life as police investigate photos of naked and semi-nude women posted on a Facebook page linked to a university fraternity.

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