Primary donors Terry Pegula and wife Kim Pegula were also on hand [at press conference] and will be giving the university $88 million. The gift is the largest act of philanthropy in Penn State history.I can only imagine that the $88 million dollars must also be including the rink that had been rumored to be built across from Holuba Hall and the Bryce Jordan Center. This announcement has also proven my theory that the campus has been in a perpetual "under construction" mode as it continues to provide the best and up-to-date education with the most up-to-date facilities available.
I congratulate the Penn State mens and womens program for their tremendous step forward to building a great legacy of producing student athletes. Now, the next step is to start pooling the Pennsylvania hockey talent that have been escaping to Ohio State and other schools for the opportunity to play at the next level.
[Via: Penn State Daily Collegian Online]