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Penn State Students Begin Dancing 2 Nights Away For Charity

More than 700 Penn State students hope to dance two nights away, without ever sitting down.


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Penn State Fraternity Suspended Over Hazing Allegations

The fraternity’s national leadership said Friday chapter’s interim suspension will remain in effect until the end of the month.


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Penn State Falls To No. 5 Wisconsin, 55-47

Sam Decker scored 22 points and Frank Kaminsky added 16 as No. 5 Wisconsin overcame a late Penn State surge to defeat the Nittany Lions 55-47 Wednesday night.


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Penn State President Endorses New Sexual Misconduct Policies

President Eric Barron said Tuesday the school will hire a new coordinator and set up an office to address sexual misconduct and related issues.


Penn State G D.J. Newbill. (Photo by Rey Del Rio/Getty Images)

No. 19 Maryland Holds Off Penn State 76-73

Penn State was unable to defeat Maryland and lost 76-73 on Saturday.


Senator Jake Corman speaks with reporters in his Capitol office on Wednesday. (credit Tony Romeo)

State Senator Keeps Pressure On NCAA Over Penn State Sanctions

The state senator who represents Penn State country says he believes there may be Congressional hearings into the harsh punishment originally handed out by the NCAA as the result of the Jerry Sandusky scandal.


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Penn State Falls To Ohio State, 75-55

Sam Thompson scored a career-high 22 points and D’Angelo Russell flirted with his second straight triple-double to lead No. 23 Ohio State past Penn State 75-55 on Wednesday night.


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Senator Jake Corman Against PSU Sanctions: Mark Emmert Should Be Fired

Pennsylvania Senator Jake Corman found that NCAA President Mark Emmert misled Penn State to get school officials to agree to the sanctions.


STATE COLLEGE, PA - JANUARY 22: Students and those in the community gather around the statue of Joe Paterno, the former Penn State football coach who died earlier in the morning, outside Beaver Stadium on the campus of Penn State on January 22, 2012 in State College, Pennsylvania. Paterno, who was 85, died due to complications from lung cancer. (Credit: Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

Poll Shows Pennsylvanians Want Joe Pa Statue Restored

Poll shows that people in Pennsylvania overwhelmingly want Joe Paterno’s statue restored.


The statue of former Penn State University football coach Joe Paterno. (Credit: Jeff Swensen/Getty Images)

Poll: Pennsylvanians Want Joe Paterno Statue Restored

The Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday said the majority — 59 percent to 25 percent — favored restoring the statue to a prominent place on campus.


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Journal Ranks The 50 Best College Towns In America created a list that ranks the best college towns in the nation.


Penn State G D.J. Newbill. (Photo by Rey Del Rio/Getty Images)

Penn State Defeats Nebraska 56-43

Penn State was able to take advantage of Nebraska’s cold shooting to beat the Huskers 56-43.


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Study: Men And Women Love Spicy Foods For Different Reasons

Love the burn of a spicy meal? According to Penn State scientists, the reason you eat them might be more for others than for yourself – if you’re a man.


NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 27: Head coach James Franklin of the Penn State Nittany Lions hugs a police officer after defeating the Boston College Eagles in the 2014 New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium on December 27, 2014 in the Bronx borough of New York City. (Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images)

James Franklin Accidentally Face Times Fan From Philly: ‘Coach, You’ve Got The Wrong Number!’

James Franklin put together a top-15 2015 recruiting class in the country, and accidentally called a fan on National Signing Day.


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2 Ex-Penn State Rugby Players Get Probation For Shed Arson

Two former Penn State rugby players have been sentenced to three years of probation and 200 hours of community service on charges they torched the team’s storage shed because they were unhappy with their coach.