Penn State, State College Noon News & Features: Wednesday, July 18
The airplane is back, according to the Twitter.
State College, Penn State and Centre County are in the news all over cyberspace. We post links to the most noteworthy local stories every weekday in Noon News & Features.
Here is Wednesday's offering:
- Graham Spanier Voluntarily Drops Lawsuit Against Penn State - StateCollege.com
- One-on-One with Rodney Erickson: Struggle Ahead, but When it Comes to Students, 'I'm Very Proud of Them' - StateCollege.com
- ESPN Outside the Lines: Baldwin, Spanier Blocked Trustees' Proposal for Governance Change - StateCollege.com
- After Plane Circles Campus in Protest, Penn State Says Decision to Tear Down Paterno Statue Looms - StateCollege.com
- Bellefonte Apartment Destroyed in Blaze, No One Injured - Centre Daily Times
- Carson Adding Speed to his Game - Lions247
- Former Penn State Standout Franek Ready to Make Olympic Run - Centre Daily Times
- Spikes Fall to Mahoning Valley, Still Struggling on Road - Centre Daily Times
- Suspend Football, the Root of the Problem - New York Times
- Mike Poorman: Penn State Athletics’ Leadership Needs to be Coached - StateCollege.com
- We are More Than Our Scandals: A Letter to Penn Staters - StateCollege.com
- Don't burn down Penn State because of one criminal and four bad actors - StateCollege.com