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Penn State University, also known as University Park or Penn State main campus, is surrounded by the borough of State College, PA. Penn State is a member of the Big Ten Conference and was founded in 1855. PSU has grown into a world class learning and research institution. The Penn State campus covers 5,448 acres and is the epicenter for 40,500 PSU students, 3,000 faculty and 13,000 other employees. This Penn State page from StateCollege.com will be our hub for all things Nittany Lions.

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Penn State Football: Snow To Close Overnight RV Lot, Additional Parking Changes To Be Determined Penn State Football: Snow To Close Overnight RV Lot, Additional Parking Changes To Be Determined
2 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Ben Jones
Penn State officials announced that Wednesday’s snowfall and wet grounds will close the overnight RV lot on Friday, Nov. 28 ahead of Saturday’s football game with Michigan State. [Read More]
Penn State Football: Franklin Talks Hackenberg Struggles, But Really There Is No Simple Solution Penn State Football: Franklin Talks Hackenberg Struggles, But Really There Is No Simple Solution
5 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Ben Jones
"I think obviously Christian has got really high standards and expectations for himself and who he wants to be and how he wants to play," Franklin said. "I think there is frustration there with a lot of different things." [Read More]
Corman Wants to Move Lawsuit with NCAA to Mediation Corman Wants to Move Lawsuit with NCAA to Mediation
10 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
"... we believe we have seen significant movement on those differences and that this matter is now within reach of a mediated resolution," Corman attorney Matthew Haverstick wrote on Tuesday. [Read More]
Paterno, Kenney Make New Allegation Against Penn State in Federal Lawsuit Paterno, Kenney Make New Allegation Against Penn State in Federal Lawsuit
11 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
"Moreover, not only has the public now learned that the NCAA was bluffing Penn State when Penn State signed the Consent Decree with the threat of the death penalty, the NCAA has further admitted that, without Penn State agreeing to the Consent Decree the NCAA didn't have jurisdiction to act," the [Read More]

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