Day: August 14, 2012

Report: Jerry Sandusky Writing a Book in Prison

Gary Sinderson of WJACTV is reporting that Jerry Sandusky, currently incarcerated at the Centre County Correctional Facility while awaiting sentencing, is writing his second book while behind bars.

Let Our Class Gift Not Shine Darkly

Now is the time for my fellow seniors to determine how they want to be remembered. The Lion Shrine, The Allen Street Gate, the Fish Tank in the HUB -- they're all gifts from previous graduating classes. Past students have even decided they wanted to be remembered by endowing scholarships to their descendants of the Penn State family. All are noble projects that have been created For the Glory.

Two Players Leave Football Program

Yesterday, it was announced that two Penn State football players, senior CB Mike Wallace and OL Luke Graham, will be leaving the program, although neither departures appear to be scandal related and both intend to stay at Penn State.

The Necessary Evil of Internships

It's important to remember who you are and what you stand for during a trying internship. Experience is great, but it always comes at a price.

“Middle States” Threatens Penn State’s Accreditation

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education issued a warning to Penn State yesterday, threatening to take away their academic accreditation as a result of the Sandusky scandal and Freeh Report.

Six Nittany Lions Earn Olympic Medals in London

Six Penn Staters, including an honorary member, have brought back a shiny new medal to proudly show off after the London Olympic Games.