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  • Cyberattack on Penn State compromises data

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. Penn State University has been targeted in a cybersecurity attack that could have compromised the information of as many as 18,000 individuals and 500 organizations. In an interview with McClatchy Newspapers on Friday, the university...
  • Saquon Barkley story 'amazing,' Penn State coach James Franklin says

    Saquon Barkley story 'amazing,' Penn State coach James Franklin says
    James Franklin returns to the Lehigh Valley next week to entertain fans and, perhaps, recruit a player or two. The Penn State football coach likely will find a few minutes for Saquon Barkley as well. Franklin will headline the Penn State Coaches...
  • 25 applied for fired Ohio State band director's position

    Twenty-five people applied to direct Ohio State University's celebrated marching band after the firing of its last director, according to records released Friday. The resumes and cover letters submitted to a search committee charged with replacing...
  • Penn State says College of Engineering hit in cyberattacks

    Penn State University was the victim of a cyberattack in which hackers stole usernames and passwords issued by the College of Engineering, prompting the school to begin notifying 18,000 people whose Social Security numbers or other personal information...
  • Once inseparable from twin, Demacio Bailey learns to make his own way

     Once inseparable from twin, Demacio Bailey learns to make his own way
    Demacio Bailey can't wait to get out of Chicago. He'd like to go somewhere fun. Somewhere safe. Somewhere his mother won't have to worry about him all the time. He's dreaming of sunny Los Angeles and UCLA, a dream he once shared with his identical...
  • Fran Fisher, broadcaster for Penn St. football, dies at 91

    Fran Fisher, who broadcast Penn State football games on the radio for many years, has died. He was 91. Fisher was found dead in his State College town house on Thursday morning, likely of natural causes, said his son, Jerry Fisher. Fran Fisher began...
  • Examine college athlete transfers like one planned by Everett Golson

    Examine college athlete transfers like one planned by Everett Golson
    Everett Golson's announcement that he will be leaving Notre Dame with one year remaining of eligibility in the school's football program is only one of many examples of the privilege, or should I say abuse, some college athletes have over tuition-paying...
  • Fran Fisher, the 'ultimate Penn Stater,' dies at 91

    Fran Fisher, the 'ultimate Penn Stater,' dies at 91
    Fran Fisher, the longtime Penn State broadcaster who connected with three different football coaches, died Wednesday night. He was 91. Though he didn’t graduate from Penn State, Fisher was named an honorary alumnus following a broadcasting...
  • New Plymouth State president named, starts July 31

    Donald Birx, the chancellor of Pennsylvania State University's Behrend College, has been chosen to be the next president at Plymouth State University. Birx will become the university's 15th president on July 31. The University System Board of Trustees...
  • Football recruiting notes: Phillips' versatile Quayvon Skanes adds two offers

    Football recruiting notes: Phillips' versatile Quayvon Skanes adds two offers
    Phillips football coach Troy McAllister has been a busy man. All the Wildcats did in the past eight months was make school history by becoming the second Chicago Public League team to advance to a state championship game, receive local and national...
  • College roundup: Navy rowers selected for U.S. team trials

    College roundup: Navy rowers selected for U.S. team trials
    NAVY ROWING: The Midshipmen will have four of their top student-athletes competing past the IRA National Championships in late May as Luke Aleksandravicius, Julian Hagberg, Brandon Karpf and Tim Tracey have all accepted invitations to the U.S. Men's...