It’s a ‘win-win.’ Pa. lawmakers, student-athletes celebrate name, image, likeness legislation
The new legislation makes Pennsylvania the 25th state to give student-athletes NIL rights.
Looking to provide ‘support my generation didn’t have’ Penn State alum gifts $1M to LGBTQIA student center | Frank Pizzoli
The largest gift in the center’s history, Conrad’s commitment will provide an expanded home for the campus’s LGBTQ+ and ally communities while enhancing its future programming.
In appealing to ‘give each other a chance,’ Biden recalls the democratic charity of Abraham Lincoln | Opinion
On Nov. 7, when President-elect Joe Biden urged in his address that we “give each other a chance,” his words summoned Abraham Lincoln’s second inaugural address of 1865.
Pennsylvania foster kids will be able to attend college tuition-free in 2020. But the law could be even stronger, advocates say
Experts says Pennsylvania colleges and universities could help foster youth by waiving the cost of room and board.
Pa. ranked No. 2 nationwide in student debt, new report finds | Tuesday Morning Coffee
We Are! Drowning in debt.
At Penn State stop, Democrat Beto O’Rourke brings the 2020 fight for the White House to Pa.
The Texas Democrat traveled to a key state for 2020.
Opioid crisis shows partnering with industry can be bad for public health | Opinion
The interests of pharmaceutical companies and public health are not the same. Industry dollars can distort research agendas, while framing health challenges and solutions in ways that benefit corporations.
Convicted Penn State abuser Jerry Sandusky to be re-sentenced, report
Former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky will be resentenced for his 2012 conviction on multiple counts of sexual abuse. But the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has rejected his request for a new trial. From Yahoo Sports: “The re-sentencing order does not mean that Sandusky will face less time in prison. It just sends the issue […]