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  • Rutgers bans fraternity, sorority house parties for now

    Rutgers bans fraternity, sorority house parties for now
    NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) — Rutgers University has banned fraternity and sorority house parties at its main campus for the rest of the spring semester after several alcohol-related problems this school year, including the death of a student. The...
  • CCBC-Essex pulls rank on AACC in men's lacrosse

    CCBC-Essex pulls rank on AACC in men's lacrosse
    Anne Arundel Community College lost a good men's lacrosse coach when David Earl left to take the head job at Severna Park High. Earl spent two years at AACC and did a lot of things to put the program on sound footing. First-year athletic director...
  • Jeff Gordon to drive Penn State car at Pocono Raceway

    Jeff Gordon to drive Penn State car at Pocono Raceway
    NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon toured Penn State's campus Tuesday in a sporty marketing idea that he will drive at Pocono Raceway this summer. Gordon unveiled a replica of the No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet SS that he will drive at Pocono in June. The...
  • Lake Clifton's Durand Johnson leaves Pitt basketball program

    Lake Clifton's Durand Johnson leaves Pitt basketball program
    Pittsburgh basketball forward Durand Johnson (Lake Clifton), who was being counted on to provide perimeter shooting and leadership as a returning senior, is leaving the program, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported. Johnson missed the 2014-15 season...
  • 'Animal House' frat to appeal Dartmouth branding sanction

    A Dartmouth College fraternity that partly inspired the 1978 movie "Animal House" and was recently accused of branding new members is appealing a decision to withdraw its recognition as a student organization. George Ostler, an attorney for Alpha Delta,...
  • Gricar left lasting legal legacy in Centre County

    When Ray Gricar disappeared in 2005, his daughter lost a father. His family and friends lost a loved one. But Centre County lost a watchdog. For more than 20 years, he was the teeth of the county's legal system. He took the head chair as district...
  • Jeff Gordon to drive Penn State car at Pocono NASCAR race

    NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon will drive a blue and white Penn State car for a June race at Pennsylvania's Pocono Raceway. The four-time Sprint Cup Series winner unveiled the design Tuesday at Penn State. He drove a replica of the repainted Chevrolet SS...
  • How Christian Hackenberg has grown more comfortable and confident in Penn State's offense

    How Christian Hackenberg has grown more comfortable and confident in Penn State's offense
    The perception that he clashed with his coaches last year bothered Christian Hackenberg. The quarterback knew how much he had bought in to Penn State's new system and was frustrated that some outside the program didn't. "You can't be a prima donna about...
  • Bethlehem Catholic senior headed to Penn State on unique scholarship for golf caddies

    Bethlehem Catholic senior headed to Penn State on unique scholarship for golf caddies
    Ryan Schmidt began working as a golf caddie, prodded by his older brother Joey, to make some money for college. He was intimidated at first but stuck with it, never dreaming where his part-time job would lead. Schmidt, a Bethlehem Catholic senior who...
  • Bethlehem, Emmaus students hold mini-thons for Four Diamonds Fund

    Bethlehem, Emmaus students hold mini-thons for Four Diamonds Fund
    Students in Bethlehem and Emmaus spent Saturday at school, dancing for 12 hours to support pediatric cancer patients. Emmaus High School became part of a growing movement by holding its first mini-thon, while students from Freedom and Liberty high...
  • Assistant Tina Langley leaves Terps for top job at Rice

    Assistant Tina Langley leaves Terps for top job at Rice
    Tina Langley has resigned as associate head coach of the Maryland women's basketball team to accept the head coaching position at Rice. Langley was Brenda Frese's top assistant, helping the Terps reach the Final Four in each of the past two seasons....