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Case of fraternity hazing death in Poconos makes judges wonder if corporations can be banished from Pennsylvania

By John O'Brien | May 24, 2019

HARRISBURG – A fraternity has not convinced a Pennsylvania appellate court to order a new trial over the 2013 death of a freshman during a ritual known as “The Crossing” that took place in the Poconos, though the court has decided a ban on operating in the state went too far.

'We bubble-wrap our lives': Manufacturers group responds to the end of Penn State's outdoors club

By Carrie Bradon | May 14, 2018

STATE COLLEGE — The Penn State University Outing Club, a 169-member club focused on hiking, running and backpacking, will no longer be going out because the university believes it is too risky.

Judge says Penn State owed $320K for expenses of summer program for high-schoolers

By Elizabeth Alt | May 14, 2018

A federal judge has ruled that Summer Study Programs Inc. must pay Penn State University nearly $320,000 for providing students with “room, board and computer access” during a summer program in 2016, according to a recent decision filed in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.

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