Penn State alumnus and trustee emeritus H. Jesse Arnelle – a professional athlete, lawyer and activist who served in the U.S. Navy and Peace Corps – died on Oct. 21, the university announced on its website Monday.
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Nearly a week after the Big Ten’s historic decision to postpone the football seasons and all fall sports seasons until the spring, grumblings persist within the conference as to why and how the decision was reached.
Penn State postponed its spring commencement ceremony and will extend its online learning through the end of the spring semester according to university President Eric Barron.
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The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board approved new temporary rules Wednesday as the state moves to open the door for sports wagering.
Timothy Piazza was a participant in an alleged hazing ritual called “the gauntlet” the night he died at Penn State’s Beta Theta Pi fraternity in State College.
Lawmakers on Tuesday urged leaders of Pennsylvania’s state-related universities to think hard about how they can work with the other public universities.
Penn State trustees are planning to weigh recommendations to "ensure significant change" at the university's fraternities and sororities in the wake of the February death of a pledge.
The tragic hazing death of Timothy Piazza, a Penn State student who died after a night of excessive drinking in February, was initially ruled an accident. But a grand jury that looked into the case now ruled that it was “the direct result of encouraged reckless conduct.”