The Piazzas released a letter to the Board of Trustees Thursday night outlining changes they hoped to see in Penn State’s Greek life regulation during the Board’s off-cycle meeting Friday. Now, the family’s lawyer says they’re disappointed in the Board’s decisions.
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Penn State’s Interfraternity Council released a statement following the Board of Trustees’ unanimous approval of new Greek life reforms.
Penn State President Eric Barron ultimately outlined a plan that doesn’t seem like it’ll add much to the current reforms imposed during the spring semester.
In March, a jury found Graham Spanier guilty on one count of child endangerment, and not guilty on two counts of conspiracy charges related to the Sandusky scandal.
The statement did not reveal details on the specifics of the plan, but it’s expected the Board of Trustees will discuss the viability of the plan and its implementation during its executive session Friday.
The Piazza family released a letter addressed to the Board of Trustees ahead of its meeting on Friday where the group will discuss “significant changes” that are ahead for Greek Life.
Penn State will be back without a couple of key seniors from last year, including leading goalscorer Connor Maloney and fellow MLS draftee Robby Sagel. The second-most productive offensive player, Dayonn Harris, transferred to UConn for his final two years of eligibility.
Judge Thomas Kistler ruled that both the fraternity and State College Police hire forensic video analysts to conduct an investigation and present their findings to a court-hired video expert, who will determine the best method to duplicate the videos.
Those elected to the Alumni Council will serve from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2020.
Jeff Kampersal will leave his alma mater Princeton after 21 seasons to become Penn State women’s hockey’s second coach in program history. He helped the Tigers to a pair of Ivy League Championships and NCAA Tournament berths in 2006 and 2016. He’s fifth among active coaches in wins with 327.
Kerry Collins and Steve Wisniewski will be on the ballot with a chance to seal their place in college football history as members of the National Football Foundation’s College Hall of Fame 2018 class.
Evan Barratt, a center from Morrisville, Pa., will join Guy Gadowsky’s Nittany Lions next season. This week, he’s working out for NHL franchises in Buffalo, N.Y.
The Pitt and Ohio State games are scheduled for 3:30 p.m. on ABC and FOX, respectively, while Northwestern and Rutgers are set for noon starts.
The man reportedly admitted to exposing himself to two different women, claiming both had asked him to do so.
Nick Aponte was selected No. 30 overall by the Chesapeake Bayhawks, while Matt Florence was taken No. 72 overall by the Denver Outlaws.
“You have to keep knocking on the door before you can go through it,” head coach Missy Doherty said Friday. Perhaps the program’s sixth national title will soon be behind one of those doors.
Missy Doherty’s Nittany Lions (17-4) couldn’t catch up to a dominant Maryland attack that saw five different players score a hat trick Friday at Gillette Stadium.
Missy Doherty’s Nittany Lions (17-3) face a tough task in No. 1 seed Maryland Friday at Gillette Stadium. Here’s a quick rundown on their second straight Final Four appearance.
The former drivers are seeking the return of wages they allege were taken from them and placed in an unlawful and unapproved “tipping pool.”
The Buffalo Bills added a Penn Stater to their roster after signing Gerald Hodges to a one-year deal.
Judson Horras, the president and CEO of the North American Interfraternity Conference, went on CBS This Morning to discuss the incident at the Beta Theta Pi house that resulted in the death of Timothy Piazza and the issues of hazing in fraternities around the country.
Penn State Panhellenic announced Wednesday that members of its executive council will have the option to extend their terms through 2018 spring bid day in response to the university’s decision to defer recruitment until the spring semester for the 2017-18 school year.
The uber talented duo of sophomore attacker Madison Carter and junior midfielder Katie O’Donnell has the Penn State women’s lacrosse team headed to its second straight Final Four.
Missy Doherty’s Nittany Lions (17-3) are headed to their second straight Final Four this Friday in Foxborough, Mass.
The senior defender out of Severna Park, Md., holds the rare distinction of serving as a three-year captain for the Nittany Lions, who host Princeton Sunday at 1 p.m. in the Elite Eight.
The Nittany Lions (18-37) upset No. 23 Nebraska 8-7 Thursday on Nick Riotto’s walk-off double before losing the last two games of the season to the Cornhuskers.