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Tickets for the Third Annual Philadelphia College Hockey Faceoff between the Nittany Lion men's hockey team and Vermont are on sale now. The teams will meet at the home of the NHL's Philadelphia Flyers Saturday, Jan. 31 at 1 p.m.
Love and commitment can make sex physically more satisfying for many women, according to a Penn State Abington sociologist.
Alena Sadykov found the Penn State Abington community warm and welcoming when she made the leap into college life last year.
Penn State Abington soccer player Phil Curry was already a role model, but his resolve during his mom's final illness brought the community even closer together.
Abington athletics update: 34 named scholar-athletes, new women's soccer coach, NCAA Division III crowns home run champ, and fall schedules.
The University Board of Trustees Committee on Finance, Business and Capital Planning recommended approval on final plans for two renovation projects, totaling $29.5 million, and to move a handful of other plans forward at today’s (July 10) meeting. The full board will vote on the recommendations on Friday.
The community mourns Ayoub Ayoub, who was recalled as making it almost impossible for students to fail calculus. He would work with them until they passed the course.
The community mourns Ayoub Ayoub, who was recalled as making it almost impossible for students to fail calculus. He would work with them until they passed the course.
Penn State Abington captured the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) President’s Cup, which is awarded to the top overall program in the 12-member conference. The 13 Abington teams finished the year with a combined .703 winning percentage.
A lockdown at Penn State Abington has been lifted and normal operations have resumed. Earlier this afternoon, authorities received a report of a person with a gun on campus. After an investigation, campus security personnel and local police determined that an individual brought a BB gun to campus. Police report that a suspect is in custody and that there never was any danger to campus residents.
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