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Month: July 2012

Rob Bolden Bolts, Panic at Wings Over Ensues

After a few threats and rumored transfers over the past year and a half, it appears that Rob Bolden is officially leaving the program. As of Sunday night around 10 p.m., Bolden is no longer listed on the official Penn State roster. This news follows an earlier report that Bolden is in Louisiana and may transfer to the LSU program.

Dear Panhel: It’s My Facebook, Hear Me Roar!

The Panhellenic Council has mandated that all chapter members make their Facebook profile pictures an ugly logo from August 15th until Fall 2012 recruitment is over. Here's why I think this is bullshit.

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The Way Forward for Penn State by President Rodney Erickson

So as I look ahead, I see a university that ultimately prevails. I see a community that has learned from this experience in the most painful and personal of ways — a story that is more than just our story but that of humanity in all its fallibility. Irrevocably changed by the lessons of the past, the community joins together to become a passionate voice for the victims of child sexual abuse and for the courage in each of us to stand up to protect society’s most vulnerable.

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Motivations Exposed Behind Harsh NCAA Sanctions

NCAA President Mark Emmert would like everyone to think he did Penn State a huge favor by not imposing the death penalty. Truth be told, he was looking out for his organization's own greed self-interests, hoping to protect his own cash cow in Happy Valley and selling out the innocent.

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Freeh Group Member: NCAA Should Not Have Used Investigation to Decide Sanctions, Report Says

A member of former FBI Director Louis Freeh's team said the report should not have carried so much weigh in the NCAA's dealing of such harsh sanctions to Penn State, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education

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Don’t Be Ashamed of Penn State’s Culture

Penn State's culture is not about football. It's about "Success with Honor" in every discipline. Don't be ashamed to embrace it.

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