Board of Trustees
The Penn State University Board of Trustees met Friday in State College, Pa. and now new leadership is in place.
The child sex abuse scandal that has rocked Penn State will be the focus of a special series of meetings that begin today in Pittsburgh.
It took just a few minutes for Penn State trustees to reaffirm the shake-up since a child sex abuse scandal broke.
Penn State officially has a new president. According to a report from The Daily Collegian Online, former Executive Vice President and Provost Rodney Erickson will serve as the university’s 17th president.
“Proud to Be a Penn Stater” is a group of concerned Penn State Alumni who are raising money for the victims of sexual abuse.
Learn more about “Proud to Be a Penn Stater and how you can donate.
LaVar Arrington was back in his hometown to talk with high school student athletes about sportsmanship on Monday. However, he told us there’s a lesson to be learned by many from the Penn State scandal and the effort to restore trust in the university.
The Second Mile’s CEO has announced his resignation following child sexual abuse charges against Jerry Sandusky.
As the Penn State scandal enters its second week, more people are speaking out in support of Joe Paterno.
With Pennsylvania still reeling from the Penn State child sexual abuse scandal, Gov. Tom Corbett made the rounds on the Sunday morning talks shows.
It’s been an emotional week on the Penn State campus and police there are making plans for Saturday’s game against Nebraska. The game comes just days after the firing of long-time head coach Joe Paterno and the riots that followed. It is also the last home game of the season.
The Penn State Board of Trustees met again today as they began the process of forming a special committee to investigate the child sex abuse allegations scandal that has shaken the university.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Former Penn State All-American Jack Ham calls in to the Vinnie & Cook Show on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan to reflect on a difficult week in Happy Valley. Jack shares […]
Sources close to the departure of Pennsylvania State University President Graham Spanier tell the KDKA investigators that a multi-million dollar severance agreement with Spanier is not yet worked out.
Interim President Rodney Erickson says “this is one of the saddest weeks in the history of Penn State” in a statement posted to the Penn State Live’s website.
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