Pennsylvania State University
Fraternities have been making for some bad headlines recently, including one at Penn State accused of posting photos of nude or partly-nude women, some of whom were apparently asleep or passed out.
Penn State President Eric Barron found himself under fire for last week’s appearance at the university’s Dickinson Law School by Weather Underground co-founder William Ayers.
A split Penn State Board of Trustees voted 19-8 to continue to comply with the NCAA sanctions, which include a $60-million fine and a ban on postseason play.
Police are investigating a tip a missing prosecutor connected to former Pennsylvania State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky’s child sex abuse case was killed and dumped in a mine shaft.
The list is in, and Penn State made the cut.
At Penn State, auditor general Jack Wagner (photo) says, the president is not only a voting member but also sits as the secretary, setting the agenda for meetings.
One question that has lingered since the release is why the former FBI director had access to e-mails and other evidence that the attorney general did not.
Reaction to the Freeh report, at least among those with a special interest in it, is rather consistent: shock but no surprise.
Brian Black’s book also looks at how oil is portrayed in media — from muckracking journalism to “The Beverly Hillbillies.”
A letter sent by Penn State’s president to tens of thousands of new and prospective students at the university acknowledges the turmoil raised by the alleged child sex abuse scandal but calls on them to show the high moral character that Penn State would rather be known for.
Former Governor Rendell, during his first conference call with state capitol reporters since leaving office, deflected questions about Governor Tom Corbett’s criticisms.
College web pages are widely inaccessible to blind students at 183 colleges surveyed and many have no centralized way to ensure that online courses comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.