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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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Barron Shares Community Message Regarding Post-Sandusky Penn State Barron Shares Community Message Regarding Post-Sandusky Penn State
8 minutes ago - StateCollege.com - Onward State Staff, Ben Berkman
Barron expresses his "unwavering" commitment to combating child sex abuse, outlines what he calls "significant problems" with the Freeh Report and calls the recent settlement in the NCAA lawsuit a good compromise. [Read More]
Trustee Involved in Hiring Louis Freeh Expresses Doubts About Report Conclusions Trustee Involved in Hiring Louis Freeh Expresses Doubts About Report Conclusions
1 hour ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
"I have not regretted the decision to retain Judge Freeh. There have been moments of doubt with respect to how the entire process was carried out," Frazier said. [Read More]
Penn State Football’s 2015 Out-of-Division Schedule Ranks Third-Easiest in Big Ten
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Penn State Football’s 2015 Out-of-Division Schedule Ranks Third-Easiest in Big Ten
6 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
The Nittany Lions' non-conference schedule and out-of-division Big Ten games in 2015 rank a combined No. 3 among all Big Ten Conference teams for lowest opponents' winning percentage. [Read More]
Penn State Football: Amos Set To Take Part In NFL Combine Penn State Football: Amos Set To Take Part In NFL Combine
15 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Ben Jones
Nittany Lion safety Adrian Amos has accepted an invitation to the NFL Combine according to Penn State. Amos is the third now former Nittany Lion to publicly accept an invitation to the event. [Read More]

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