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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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College Coaches' Salaries and the Cost of Doing Business
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College Coaches' Salaries and the Cost of Doing Business
5 hours ago - StateCollege.com - John Hook
On May 25, Penn State filed its annual Right-to-Know Law Report with the governor’s office, the General Assembly, the Auditor General and the State Library. It then takes a few weeks to get released to the public, and when it invariably does, it makes the news. [Read More]
Penn State Football: McSorley and Miller Hit Watch Lists Penn State Football: McSorley and Miller Hit Watch Lists
20 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Ben Jones
Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley was named to the preseason watch lists for the Maxwell Award for the National Player of the Year and junior defensive end Shareef Miller earned a spot on the preseason Bednarik Award watch list for the National Defensive Player of the Year, which were revealed M [Read More]
Levi Lamb Day to Recognize Pioneering Penn State Athlete and Fallen Soldier Levi Lamb Day to Recognize Pioneering Penn State Athlete and Fallen Soldier
21 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
The Penn State All-Sports Museum and Nittany Lion Club will host Levi Lamb Day on Wednesday, honoring the life and career of the renowned three-sport Nittany Lion athlete who died while serving in World War I. [Read More]
Penn State Football: How the Big Ten Has Changed Since Meyer & Franklin Arrived
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Penn State Football: How the Big Ten Has Changed Since Meyer & Franklin Arrived
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
“Urban and I had a pretty good conversation about this at the Big Ten meetings in Arizona,” James Franklin said. “It was about how the league has changed from when he first got here to now. It’s interesting, but that’s what has made it so exciting.” [Read More]

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