Introducing our 2019 Schedule Poster! Wear it with #PSUPride, Nittany Nation!🔵⚪️🔗: https://t.co/cUIv4pTBRE#WeAre pic.twitter.com/KOarALYjCS— Penn State Football (@PennStateFball) July 10, 2019The poster has already been distributed on Wednesday and Thursday, but will also be made available at the Uplifting Athletes Lift for Life event at Holuba Hall on Friday at 5 p.m. EST per the official team website.Judging by the size, it looks like it would only fit on the head of a small child. But it could also be a terrific ornament for any Penn State fan to have in their home and add to a collection.The Nittany Lions are slated to face their usual crop of Big Ten East Division foes along with Iowa, Purdue, and Minnesota. In non-conference action, they’ll play against Idaho, Buffalo, and Pitt. STATE COLLEGE, PA – SEPTEMBER 01: Trace McSorley #9 of the Penn State Nittany Lions prays before the game against the Appalachian State Mountaineers on September 1, 2018 at Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)There are nearly limitless ways to make a poster artistic: Fancy designs, color scheme, gloss, and so on. But Penn State really went the extra mile to make their 2019 schedule poster as on-theme as possible.This week the Penn State Football program account revealed that the team would be giving out special posters for the 2019 season at their Children and Youth Day at ArtsFest.The feature in question? It folds into a wearable helmet.No joke – the Twitter post even included a quick breakdown on how the back of the poster can be folded into the imitation helmet.
Source: AFP news agency/YouTubeTHE WORLD BANK has pledged $200 million to help fight the Ebola virus outbreak in Africa.World Bank president Jim Yong Kim, himself an expert on infectious diseases, said he has been monitoring the spread of the virus and was “deeply saddened” at how it was contributing to the breakdown of “already weak health systems in the three countries”.The bank made the announcement as African leaders, including 35 presidents, are visiting Washington DC for a US-Africa summit.The money comes as panic spreads across west Africa, where the death toll stands at nearly 900.A fourth doctor has been confirmed as having the virus and Liberia’s public is growing increasingly angry over unburied dead.Americans Dr Kent Brantly Source: Samaritan’s PurseKent Brantly, the US doctor infected with the virus while working with charity Samaritan’s Purse, “seems to be improving”, the director of the Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control, where he is being treated in an isolation unit, said.Another American, Nancy Writebol, a missionary who also contracted Ebola in Liberia, is expected to arrive in Atlanta today.“We thank God that they are alive and now have access to the best care in the world,” said Franklin Graham, president of Samaritan’s Purse. “We are extremely thankful for the help we have received from the State Department, the CDC, the National Institute of Health, WHO and, of course, Emory Hospital.“Please keep praying and thank God for all He is doing.”Doctors in New York, meanwhile, say that a man admitted to a hospital in the city is unlikely to have Ebola.Read: Second case of ebola confirmed in Nigeria Read: Ebola patient arrives in US and brought to state-of-the-art isolation unit