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  • 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...
  • A bride-to-be asks about keeping maiden name

    A bride-to-be asks about keeping maiden name
    Rebecca Raab is getting married in July, and so faces a decision: Should she take her husband's name? Her decision-making process took a detour into my email box recently. Raab, 29, who lives in Logan Square, is a dear friend of my two daughters....
  • 'Animal House' frat at Dartmouth 'derecognized' for branding

    A Dartmouth College fraternity that partly inspired the 1978 movie "Animal House" has been "derecognized" by a campus judicial committee after reports that some new members received brands on their skin. The committee found Alpha Delta responsible for...
  • Faceoff specialist Charlie Raffa's status remains clouded for Maryland men's lacrosse

    Faceoff specialist Charlie Raffa's status remains clouded for Maryland men's lacrosse
    Charlie Raffa's availability for Maryland's showdown with Big Ten Conference opponent Ohio State on Saturday remains uncertain as the senior faceoff specialist is still dealing with a right shoulder/arm injury suffered in a 12-5 victory over Penn State on...
  • Terps-Michigan football game to be in prime time Oct. 3

    Maryland's Oct. 3 home game against Michigan is set for a prime-time kickoff and will be carried live on the Big Ten Network, the conference announced Monday. The kickoff time will be announced at a later date, as will times and TV information for the...
  • Author, talking in Emmaus, talks about who murdered Betsey at Penn State

    Forty-five years ago a Penn State graduate student named Betsy Aardsma entered the labyrinth-like basement stacks at the university's Pattee Library the day after Thanksgiving and was stabbed to death. No one was ever charged in the murder. David...
  • Football recruiting notes: Carmel offensive lineman Sean Foster picks Minnesota

    Football recruiting notes: Carmel offensive lineman Sean Foster picks Minnesota
    Carmel offensive tackle Sean Foster decided proximity to home and a family atmosphere equaled a perfect choice. The 6-foot-7, 285-pound junior, a consensus four-star recruit, orally committed to Minnesota on Sunday. "I liked everything about...
  • Matt McGloin to call Blue-White Game for Big Ten Network

    Matt McGloin to call Blue-White Game for Big Ten Network
    FFirst, it was Michael Robinson, then Ki-Jana Carter, then Mike Mauti. This weekend, another former Penn State player joins the broadcast booth for the Blue-White Game. Former quarterback Matt McGloin will serve as the color analyst for the Big Ten...