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Kevin Horne

Kevin Horne is the Managing Editor of Onward State and frequent contributor to StateCollege.com. He is also a Penn State senior, majoring in journalism and political science.

Articles by Kevin Horne

President Barron Pledges to Review Freeh Report President Barron Pledges to Review Freeh Report
5 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Onward State Staff, Kevin Horne
"I will conduct a thorough review of the Freeh Report and supporting materials produced during the course of the investigation. The contents of the report have led to questions by some in the Penn State community. I do not want people to believe that Penn State is hiding something." [Read More]
Bobby Bowden: Give Paterno His Wins Back Bobby Bowden: Give Paterno His Wins Back
16 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Onward State Staff, Kevin Horne
Bowden has never really embraced being the official title of “winningest” coach. “There’s no way I can celebrate that,” Bowden said to the Birmingham News in 2012. [Read More]
State Funds Could Help Cut Costs for High School Renovation Project State Funds Could Help Cut Costs for High School Renovation Project
19 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Kevin Horne
"Everything we have seen in the past is that money will come, it's just a question of when," Poprik says. "It's difficult to say when we will receive reimbursement, but the state has maintained that it will reimburse all projects." [Read More]
Tuesday Forecast Calls for Heavy Rain Tuesday Forecast Calls for Heavy Rain
19 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Kevin Horne
"It could be hard to pinpoint exactly when," Dombek says. "It won't rain continuously for 12 hours [Tuesday], but when it does rain, there is potential that it does come down pretty hard." [Read More]
Jay Paterno’s New Book Released Early at Barnes & Noble Jay Paterno’s New Book Released Early at Barnes & Noble
22 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Onward State Staff, Kevin Horne, Jessica Tully, Tim Gilbert
“Jay, I never told you guys about Jerry because I didn’t know if it was true,” said Joe Paterno. “I certainly couldn’t walk into the office and accuse a guy of something that I didn’t witness or know to be true. I didn’t know that he’d done all of that stuff. I had no idea." [Read More]
Gingerbread Man Closing, Primanti Bros. to Open Gingerbread Man Closing, Primanti Bros. to Open
26 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Onward State Staff, Kevin Horne
State College bar and restaurant the Gingerbread man will be closing this summer following several liquor license violations over the past five years. A Primanti Bros. sandwich shop is expected to open in its place. [Read More]
Despite Grassroots Opposition, Penn State Signs Student Healthcare Insurance Contract Despite Grassroots Opposition, Penn State Signs Student Healthcare Insurance Contract
31 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Onward State Staff, Kevin Horne
“Although we have a plan in place for 2014-15, our work is far from done,” says Provost Nick Jones. “We still have a number of important issues to address on this topic as we look to the future." [Read More]
Penn State Football Nearly Triples Recruiting Expenses From Paterno Era Penn State Football Nearly Triples Recruiting Expenses From Paterno Era
33 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Onward State Staff, Kevin Horne
By all accounts, Penn State is “dominating the state” in recruiting so far in the still-fresh James Franklin era. But that catchphrase doesn’t come cheap. [Read More]
Police Investigating Death of Penn State Senior Police Investigating Death of Penn State Senior
34 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Onward State Staff, Kevin Horne
The State College Police Department is investigating the death of a Penn State senior who was set to graduate in less than two weeks, according to a news release. [Read More]
Incoming Penn State President Addresses University Issues Incoming Penn State President Addresses University Issues
34 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Onward State Staff, Kevin Horne
“I want everybody to graduate in a timely fashion. A three percent tuition increase — roughly $480. That hurts. But the worst tuition increase you can have in the world is to go another year." [Read More]
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